Arita yaki - Taizan, Flowered tableware.
Arita, in Saga Prefecture, is one of the most famous cities for porcelain, and is the city where porcelain originated in Japan in the late 16th century thanks to the skills of Korean potter Yi Sam-Pyeong.
Our craftsman Taizan, whose house was founded in 1912, specializes in making Arita yaki, and makes tableware in the shape and color of flowers.
This series is made using the "Sometsuke" technique, in which a motif is painted with a pigment, "gosu", onto which a transparent glaze is applied and then fired to reveal the indigo color of the pigment. This method has been used in China since the Yuan dynasty in the 12th century.
The composition and colors of this cup give a modern design feel with the serenity of a classic design. The result is a jewel that will fully satisfy you.
The motifs are hand painted one by one by our craftsmen.
Each piece is therefore unique. This elegant mug will make you enjoy your hot drinks such as a good tea, and much more.
Dimensions: D 7.6cm × H 8.6cm / Volume: 180cc
Motif: Bleu and white, Magnolia
Microwave and dishwasher safe.
Each piece is hand-painted, therefore unique.