Iga-yaki Cup

A rustic, unglazed cup handmade in Mie Prefecture.

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Iga-yaki is a style of pottery that dates back to the 8th century CE, and is said to have developed around the same time as another style, Shigaraki-yaki. Iga-yaki is best known for its high-quality earthenware pots (donabe), which are characterized by their exceptional resistance to heat and their sturdiness. Iga-yaki ceramics are made of high-quality clay in the Iga area of Mie Prefecture, which was once the lakebed of Lake Biwa, Japan’s largest freshwater lake.

There might be slight differences as each piece is handmade.

Not microwave or dishwasher safe.

Large size: Ø7 cm x H10 cm

Small size: Ø7 cm x H6 cm

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