Hasami Porcelain Sake Bottle - Asagiri

A porcelain tokkuri with a special pattern from Nagasaki Prefecture.

£52 per item

Craftspeople often take inspiration from nature to produce new works. The design of this cup was inspired by the morning mist, called asagiri in Japanese. The gentle curves of its sillhouette combined with its soft blue pattern produces a subtle expression of floating mist created with a texturing technique called tobikanna.
Although, sake bottles (tokkuri) come in many different shapes, the thin-necked, round-bodied form is the most common of them all. Tokkuri are customarily used for pouring sake into smaller cups when serving.

Not microwave or dishwasher safe.

Size: Ø8 cm x H11 cm
Volume: 280ml

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