NK-014 Setoyaki Beni-Shino Matcha Bowl (Aichi Prefecture, Setoyaki)
Shino-ware is a type of Japanese pottery characterized by thick white glazes, red scorch marks, and a texture of small holes.
It is one of the Mino styles from the late 16th century, and is based on older Setoyaki with changes to shape, decoration, and finish. Forms are usually squat, cylindrical, thick, yet lightweight.
Pieces can be grey, red, or white, painted with iron oxide or decorated with glaze. Firings of Shino tend to be at lower temperatures for longer periods of time, followed by a slow cooling process. These conditions do not allow the glaze to melt fully, and the result is a thick glaze that often has a crawling pattern.
Net weight: 395g(13.93 oz)
Shipping weight: 1000g
Setoyaki (Seto City, Aichi Prefecture) is home to one of the six main kilns of Japanese pottery.
The six main places of Japanese ceramic ware are: Setoyaki, Tokoname, Echizen, Shigarakiyaki, Tambayaki, Bizenyaki.
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|Matcha teaware sets|
|Easy visual instructions on How to prepare Matcha|
Points of attention (please read before ordering)
|Please note that we order Matcha tools from various suppliers and will ship them as soon as they have been delivered to us.
|Please do not use a dishwasher, microwave oven, or electric oven.
|About the use of tea ceremony tools (Matcha bowls, etc.)
|These items are made to be used with Japanese green tea.
We recommend that they are used for green tea exclusively.
|About the use of teaware items with paintings
|Please use a soft sponge or rag for cleaning, since harsh treatment of the surface might damage the design.
Do not use strong detergents for washing your teaware.
|Tea ware is fragile!
|We will pack and ship your order with utmost care to ensure it will arrive safely at your home. However, please do not hesitate to contact us if any damage should occur. We might ask you to send us a digital image of the broken item, and replace it thereafter.|