Description | 詳細
Azmaya has been working on contemporary interpretations of Japan’s craft traditions since 1999 and is well known for their focus on regional techniques, local materials and close collaborations with local artisans.
Their small kyūsu teapots are designed by Tetsuro Kaneko with inspiration from both the classic Japanese kyūsu shape and Chinese Yixing teapots in traditional gongfu style. The teapots are produced by Takasuke Tōen, one of the famous kyūsu factories in Tokoname, with a perfect fit between lid and body as well as a fast and steady pour, making them a pleasure to use.
Production | 生産
Production: Takasuke Tōen 高資陶園 | Tokoname in Aichi, Japan
Design: Tetsuro Kaneko 金子哲郎 | Arita-chō in Saga, Japan
Producer: Azmaya 東屋 | Shinagawa in Tokyo, Japan
Origin | 産地
Tokoname in Aichi, Japan
Dimensions | 寸法
Measures: 125 x 75 x 62mm