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Artist : Tatsuo UmeharaMaterial : Tokoname clayArea : Tokoname Aichi Japan
Tokoname ware is one of the six ancient kilns of Japan and originates from the late Heian period.
Tokoname ware is a syudei teapot created by turning the iron contained in local clay into a red color.
Tatsuo Umehara, the third generation of Hokuryu, is a young hope in Tokoname ware.
A round teapot, which allows tea leaves to jump due to heat convection, is suitable for teas that are brewed at high temperatures, such as English tea, hojicha, and bancha.
It is lightweight, easy to use, and has excellent adhesion between the lid and the body, and the tea strainer uses a fine ceramesh made by craftsmen in Tokoname.
Whether you're spending time with guests or relaxing on your own, this teapot will fill your tea time with smiles.