Choku cup | Fujibana | amabro
CHOKU cups has a long history back in the Japanese food culture in Japan. The classic choku (meaning: pig mouth) cup is often used as a sake cup or teacup in Japan. It is also used for serving soba noodle dressing or as a bowl for steaming food.
These modernised Arita "CHOKU" cups were made by the collaboration between Arita-yaki locals and amabro.
A rework of the 17th century pattens, but this time, with added elements that signify Amabro.
All patterns are hand-printed on the cup by experienced artisans.
From birthdays to graduations to weddings, these cups are prefect as a gift.
size | φ8 x h 6.5 cm
material | porcelain
Made in Japan
oven : ×
microwave oven : ×
dish washer : ok
caring instruction :
The tableware with gold paintings are NOT microwave oven safe. (“Celadon” and “Iron glaze” of “CHOKU” series are microwave safe)
The colour may change if you put sour food in the Arita soba cups for a long time.
After use, please dry the plates completely.
Wash with neutral detergent and soft sponge after use fot the long lasting shine of the gold painting.