Japanese Tea bowl, Cochin ware, Take ni Momiji
Made by Hoen Tanaka in Kyoto, Japan.
Diameter : 118mm / 4.6in
Height : 80mm / 3.1in
Product : New
Packaging : Paulownia box with author's signature and seal
Originally it means pottery made from Cochin in Vietnam. It was brought to Japan by a Cochin trade ship in the early Edo period (17th century). In Japan, it is being passed down by improving the painting and adding new techniques to the conventional techniques.
In Japan, Japanese tea bowls have long been used for drinking matcha. However, it can be used in various ways. We think it is a waste to miss the opportunity to touch beautiful things, because it is used only for a limited purpose. Of course, you can drink matcha, but depending on the shape of the bowl, for example, how about using it as a container for coffee, cafe au lait, or ice cream? We hope that you will incorporate a part of Japanese culture into your country's daily life in a way that suits you.
There are products with the same shape and design of this ware, but due to the characteristics of handmade product, size, shape, color shade, and pattern of each product will be slightly different. This product is selected first-hand by our buyers, photographed and posted on our website. Therefore, no products are exactly the same, and there is only one in stock. We post many photos so that we can show you the situation as close to the real thing as possible. If you would like more information, we would appreciate it if you could contact us.
*This item is shipped directly from Japan.