Kutani-yaki Teacup Yoshidaya
from Kosen Kiln

Regular price ¥10,500 JPY Sale


Yoshidaya style is one of Kutani-yaki's over-glazing styles and techniques, defined by the use of the colors blue, yellow, purple and green. This floral teacup (yunomi), made in the traditional Yoshidaya style, is hand-crafted in Kosen Kiln in Kanazawa, one of Japan’s most famous Kutani-yaki kilns with over 150 years of history.

Type: Kutani-yaki (Kutani ware) is a type of pottery which emerged in the middle of the 17th century in Kutani Village, Ishikawa Prefecture, Japan. Kutani-yaki is well-known for its brilliant colors, graceful yet dynamic designs and characteristic over-glazing style and techniques.

- Do not use in a microwave or oven. 
- To wash, use dish soap with a sponge or soft cloth.Do not wash with a scrub brush, an abrasive or in a dishwasher. 

Kiln: Kosen kiln
Material: Porcelain
Size: D 10 cm / 3.94 in x H 6 cm / 2.36 in 
Volume: 180 ml / 6.09 oz 
Weight: 184 g / 0.41 lb 
Place of Origin: Handcrafted in Ishikawa Prefecture, Japan

Note: Each piece has a unique irregular shape. Actual color may vary from picture due to screen settings.