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M. M. Yoshihashi

Sushi Kanji Teacup

Sushi Kanji Teacup

Regular price $79.00 USD
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Behold this stunning Kanji-adorned teacup from M. M. Yoshihashi. Each kanji is hand-carved into the cup, with the artisan carrying his hopes of happiness and prosperity to the eventual owner with every engraving. This cup also features exclusively fish-related kanji, hence why it is a natural accompaniment for sushi or fish-based meals.

This cup is perfect for your favorite tea blend and can be used for any other beverage you'd want to serve - from juice to alcohol. As you use this cup, this piece will become an integral part of your everyday routine, bringing joy with every use.


Size: L 2.8in x H 4in / L 7.2cm x H 10.2cm
Material: Porcelain

Care & Use

  • Handwashing recommended
  • Microwave safe
  • Please note that using metal scrubs or abrasive detergents may damage the surface
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Timeless Beauty of ‘Wa’ Porcelain

Seto and Mino, key pottery regions in Aichi Prefecture, Japan, share a profound ceramic legacy. Seto, one of the Six Ancient Kilns of Japan, boasts a millennium-long history and diverse glazes, influencing regional styles like Seto-sometsuke and Seto-guro. Seto porcelain has played a pivotal role in the development of Japanese ceramics, influencing various regional styles and techniques.

Mino, renowned for its ceramics since the Azuchi-Momoyama period, features various kilns producing distinctive styles, encompassing several kilns, such as Shino-yaki, Oribe-yaki, and Ki-Seto. These diverse expressions highlight the versatility and adaptability of Mino ware, making it a cherished part of Japan's ceramic tradition. Together, Seto and Mino have shaped the nation's pottery landscape, preserving traditional techniques and showcasing the versatility of Aichi Prefecture in the world of ceramics.

Brand History

M. M. Yoshihashi is dedicated to shaping the world of ceramics, pioneering innovative forms that seamlessly integrate into daily life. With a rich history as mold makers, their artisans constantly explore new possibilities, merging tradition with contemporary lifestyles. Specializing in dining ware, particularly in the Seto and Mino regions, they reimagine Japanese ceramics, infusing ancient techniques with modern design. Their unique approach involves carving patterns directly into the prototype, showcasing three-dimensional shading and a modern aesthetic that harmonizes with traditional and contemporary living, inviting us to rediscover the timeless beauty of 'wa'.