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Teapot "Hitoshizuku", Banko-Yaki, 220ml
Teapot "Hitoshizuku", Banko-Yaki, 220ml

Reddish-brown open teapot without handle with clay strainer, maximum capacity 220ml

€59.00 *
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Teapot "Kobashi", Banko Yaki, 480 ml
Teapot "Kobashi", Banko Yaki, 480 ml

Reddish-brown tall teapot with clay strainer, maximum capacity 480ml

€86.00 *
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Kyusu-teapot "Shiko" small, Banko-Yaki, 350 ml
Kyusu-teapot "Shiko" small, Banko-Yaki, 350 ml

Reddish-brown, side handle teapot with clay strainer, maximum capacity 350ml

€78.00 *
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Kyusu-teapot "Shiko" large, Banko-Yaki, 450ml
Kyusu-teapot "Shiko" large, Banko-Yaki, 450ml

Reddish-brown, side handle teapot with clay strainer, maximum capacity 450ml

€92.00 *
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Teecup, Banko-Yaki, 70ml
Teecup, Banko-Yaki, 70ml

Reddish-brown tea bowl with pale green glaze on the inside, 70ml

€18.00 *

New Ceramics from Yokkaichi

Sieb stechenTtradition and modern design meet in Yokkaichi, where the heart of Banko-Yaki production lies. This is a ceramic style that has played a major role in the production of Japanese kyusus and tea bowls for around 300 years. Characteristic of this style is the reddish-brown coloration, which results from the high iron content in the clay.

The clay strainers of the open, drop-shaped Hitoshizuku teapots or classic kyusu are cut by hand in the Fujiso manufactory - a technique that only very few artists still employ today.
Not without reason, for the upcoming Tokyo Olympics, these Kyusu were exclusively selected as official guest gifts for the delegates!

T tradition and modern design meet in Yokkaichi, where the heart of Banko-Yaki production lies. This is a ceramic style that has played a major role in the production of Japanese kyusus... read more »
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New Ceramics from Yokkaichi

Sieb stechenTtradition and modern design meet in Yokkaichi, where the heart of Banko-Yaki production lies. This is a ceramic style that has played a major role in the production of Japanese kyusus and tea bowls for around 300 years. Characteristic of this style is the reddish-brown coloration, which results from the high iron content in the clay.

The clay strainers of the open, drop-shaped Hitoshizuku teapots or classic kyusu are cut by hand in the Fujiso manufactory - a technique that only very few artists still employ today.
Not without reason, for the upcoming Tokyo Olympics, these Kyusu were exclusively selected as official guest gifts for the delegates!

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Teecup, Banko-Yaki, 70ml Teecup, Banko-Yaki, 70ml

Reddish-brown tea bowl with pale green glaze on the inside, 70ml

€18.00 *
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Teapot "Hitoshizuku", Banko-Yaki, 220ml Teapot "Hitoshizuku", Banko-Yaki, 220ml

Reddish-brown open teapot without handle with clay strainer, maximum capacity 220ml

€59.00 *
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Kyusu-teapot "Shiko" small, Banko-Yaki, 350 ml Kyusu-teapot "Shiko" small, Banko-Yaki, 350 ml

Reddish-brown, side handle teapot with clay strainer, maximum capacity 350ml

€78.00 *
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Teapot "Kobashi", Banko Yaki, 480 ml Teapot "Kobashi", Banko Yaki, 480 ml

Reddish-brown tall teapot with clay strainer, maximum capacity 480ml

€86.00 *
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Kyusu-teapot "Shiko" large, Banko-Yaki, 450ml Kyusu-teapot "Shiko" large, Banko-Yaki, 450ml

Reddish-brown, side handle teapot with clay strainer, maximum capacity 450ml

€92.00 *
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