Heüge TEA CUP | Oribe
A teacup in the form of standing straight. This elongated cup, which has been familiar to Japanese people for a long time, can be used as easily as a small mug.
A simple but tasty teacup should become a staple of the dining table.
Oribe ware named after Furita Oribe, who learned Wabicha as a disciple of Sen no Rikyu.
Furuta Oribe, who loves unbridled beauty over quiet beauty, loves Mino ware, which is called "heugemono", and was born while teaching pottery.
Oribe's green is variously expressed by the kiln. Oribe ware is called "Oribe ware" and I decided to stop using the old designs and colors, and blended it into the Oribe color that better suits my current eating habits.
Please enjoy Oribe's vessels that you can use on a modern dining table.
Dishwasher | OK
Size | Approx Ø7 x H8cm | 200ml
Material | Pottery (Minoyaki)
Made in Japan