Katsura wood teacup Shiraki
A teacup that makes the most of the texture of Katsura wood.
It remains plain wood and has not been finished with any paint. If you get water or tea, it will soak in, so please enjoy the texture and change.
Shiraki is vulnerable to water and dryness, so please refrain from washing with water to prevent warping.
If you are concerned about staining during use, you can apply edible oil, etc., to create an oil finish that darkens the color and slightly increases resistance to moisture. Any oil you have in your kitchen is fine, but perilla oil, linseed oil, and walnut oil are recommended because they dry quickly and have little fragrance. (Please note that once applied, the color and expression of plain wood will disappear and will not return.)
The flat part that receives the thread bottom of the vessel is 4 cm. You can match it with all the teacup bowls handled by PINT.
Originally produced by Totsuchiya, Nankei Touen is now a kiln that mainly produces teapots and tea utensils. Banko-yaki from Yokkaichi City, Mie Prefecture, is popular for making teapots that are lightly and hard baked using unique highly viscous clay. An original teacup made to match Nankei Pottery's teacup bowl.
Katsura Japanese timber finish (unpainted)
The wood grain is different one by one because it is natural wood. There are various patterns, shades of color, and darkening. Defective parts that interfere with use are removed at the time of production, and there is no quality problem with the delivered product, and there are individual differences in wood grain.
Diameter 9cm x Height 1.8cm
[Handling and care]
・Please refrain from washing with water.
・Please refrain from using the refrigerator or microwave.
*Frequently asked questions and supplementary comments
・It can be used for 4 types of bowls in " #Yunomiwan ".