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Japanese Tea

Tokoname Kyusu Tamako

Kyusu are traditional Japanese teapots, usually made from ceramic or porcelain and commonly found in the distinctive side handled shape that these examples show.

These are all Tokoname-ware, a distinctive form of Japanese pottery from the city of Tokoname in the Aichi Prefecture. This form is unique to the area and is well-regarded within Japan, with Tokoname being recognised as one of Japan's most noteworthy centres for the ceramic industry.

These teapots are hand-finished and made to an extremely high standard, each one being individually decorated using a range of different techniques and styles.

 

This example is a small pot with a capacity of 280ml. It has a unique bubble effect finish and an inbuilt ceramic strainer in the spout to catch leaves within the pot.



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