KYO YUZEN 5 Piece Japanese teacup set with Japanese pattern print paulowina wood gift box
KYO YUZEN 5 Piece Japanese teacup set with Japanese pattern print paulowina wood gift box
KYO YUZEN 5 Piece Japanese teacup set with Japanese pattern print paulowina wood gift box
KYO YUZEN 5 Piece Japanese teacup set with Japanese pattern print paulowina wood gift box
KYO YUZEN 5 Piece Japanese teacup set with Japanese pattern print paulowina wood gift box
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YUZEN 5 Piece Japanese Teacup set in Paulowina Gift Box

$140.00

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  • Made in Japan
  • Includes handcrafted Paulowina wood gift box
  • 5 traditional Japanese printed teacups
  • Excellent tea lovers gift
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This elegant 5 Piece KYO YUZEN Yunomi set is crafted from ceramic and hand-finished in 5 different traditional Japanese prints inspired by KYO-YUZEN technique.

KYO YUZEN, a technique of painting dye directly onto cloth, was invented in the middle of the Edo era, towards the end of the 17th century. It has since become the ultimate art of kimono dyeing, famous for its use of distinctive and vivid colours seen nowhere else in the world.

This Yuzen Yunomi Japanese teacup set is presented in a handmade Paulowina gift box (KIRI) which is a light-weight but very strong wood. In Japan, KIRI is a medium they trust to properly store their treasure (precious things), which is really important for them.

Kiri box also plays an important role in gift-giving in Japan. Choosing the packaging material to give a look at outward appearance is important, but it also can boost the value of the gift.

 

Specifications

Japanese Tea Cup x 5/ DIA. 6x 8.5cm
Gift Box : 35.5x 10.3x 7.4cm

Country of manufacture: Japan

Material: Porcelain 

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

This elegant 5 Piece KYO YUZEN Yunomi set is crafted from ceramic and hand-finished in 5 different traditional Japanese prints inspired by KYO-YUZEN technique.

KYO YUZEN, a technique of painting dye directly onto cloth, was invented in the middle of the Edo era, towards the end of the 17th century. It has since become the ultimate art of kimono dyeing, famous for its use of distinctive and vivid colours seen nowhere else in the world.

This Yuzen Yunomi Japanese teacup set is presented in a handmade Paulowina gift box (KIRI) which is a light-weight but very strong wood. In Japan, KIRI is a medium they trust to properly store their treasure (precious things), which is really important for them.

Kiri box also plays an important role in gift-giving in Japan. Choosing the packaging material to give a look at outward appearance is important, but it also can boost the value of the gift.

 


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