This beautiful ceramic cup allows you to enjoy tea in the classic Japanese style and appreciate its many flavours and aromas. It is recommended for drinking Bancha Hojicha tea.
With its curved shape and graduated colours, this cup is both traditional and elegant.
Because they are traditionally crafted, no two cups are exactly the same.
Not suitable for microwave use or dishwashers. It is best to wash the Mino Yaki cup by hand to avoid damaging the paint.
During the Momoyama period (1573-1603), increasing interest in the tea ceremony among the Japanese people led to growth in the production of tea accessories. Many potters moved to the Mino region due to the number of clay and fuel suppliers there. It was during this period that the Mino Yaki pottery developed. Then, in the 17th century, Mino potters had the revolutionary idea of building ceramic kilns on the region's steep mountainsides. These kilns made the region's pottery famous throughout the land.