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Hozan Kiln Hidasuki Bizen Ware Beer Tumbler Set

Hozan Kiln Hidasuki Bizen Ware Beer Tumbler Set

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Indulge in the exquisite Bizen Kiln Hidasuki beer tumbler set by Hozan Kiln, featuring a sleek tall pint glass design. The impeccable artistry and handcrafted pottery are believed to elevate the flavor of your beer. This stunning mug is wrapped in straw during the creative process, embuing the surface with orange/reddish stripes when removed.

As time goes by, the Bizen ware develops a distinctive patina, adding to its charm. Embrace the natural evolution of its color and texture, as it symbolizes the mug's shared journey with you, growing more captivating with every sip.


Size: L 8in x H 11in / L 20cm x H 27.5cm
Material: Bizen Ware Ceramic
Capacity (approx.): 300ml
Weight (approx.): 200g

Care & Use

  • Handwash only
  • Keep it dry
  • Avoid sudden temperature changes
  • Avoid metal scrubs or abrasive detergents
  • Store safely
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Fine Artisan Bizen Ware

Step into a world of timeless beauty and unparalleled craftsmanship at Hozan Kiln, the home of Bizen Pottery. Nestled in Imbe, Bizen City, the renowned 'Hometown of Bizen Pottery', their works proudly carry the legacy of being one of the esteemed 'Six Original Bizen Pottery Surnames'. With a lineage that stretches back to ancient times, their kiln proudly displays the oldest fan-shaped ceramic seal, a symbol of their enduring heritage. 

Throughout the ages, they have strived to produce countless masterpieces, including exquisite tea ceremony vessels, sake vessels, and other meticulously crafted drinkware. Also at Hozan Kiln, Toshiaki Mori skillfully combines the wisdom of generations with innovative collaborations, resulting in breathtaking Bizen Ware Pottery that captivates the senses.

Brand History

Bizen pottery, one of Japan's oldest and most revered ceramic traditions, traces its roots back over a thousand years. Originating in the Bizen region of Okayama Prefecture, this distinctive pottery style flourished alongside the development of Japanese tea culture. Bizen ware's unique characteristics are deeply rooted in the natural properties of the local clay and the traditional firing techniques employed by skilled artisans.

Today, Bizen ware stands as a symbol of Japanese cultural heritage, revered for its rustic beauty, timeless simplicity, and the deep connection it fosters between nature, art, and everyday life. Hozan Kiln, home to a direct descendant of one of the six original surnames of Bizen Pottery, continues the traditions of this pottery style to this day.