A Mino-style porcelain teapot with a characteristic high relief design. It is made from bisque porcelain, which is made by baking white porcelain clay, which contains many glass particles, at temperatures as high as 1340 degrees. Design by Yukio Hashimoto. This item's resemblance to a dried plum seed led him to name it "TANE" (seed). Holds 1 liter so it should serve about 4-6 people. 5 different colors for the lid and handle available.
1F, 2-11-9 Meguro Meguro-ku
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