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The Great Wave off Kanagawa is one of the most iconic pieces of woodblock printing made by Katsushika Hokusai (1760–1849). Ukiyo-e, which originated as a Buddhist term, means "floating world" and refers to the impermanence of the world.
This porcelain Japanese teacup illustrates the great wave with Mount Fuji in the background. The huge wave threatens to engulf two ships off the coast of Kanagawa prefecture (directly south of Tokyo).
This large Japanese made teacup is a nice vessel for drinking all types of loose leaf tea is perfect for tea drinkers who prefer to enjoy Japanese green tea from a large teacup more comparable to the size of a small tea mug.
Country of Manufacture: Japan
Dimensions: 7.3x 10.3cm