HIRADO CHRYSANTHEMUM MIKAWACHI WARE SAKAZUKI FLAT SAKE CUP
¥14,400

Hirado Chrysanthemum Mikawachi Ware Sakazuki Flat Sake Cup

JPY ¥14,400

Only 1 piece in stock!

The Sakazuki Sake cup looks as if chrysanthemum flowers are floating on the water when you pour sake into it. 

The Hirado chrysanthemum decoration technique is one of the techniques to form porcelain chrysanthemum flowers by hand. Using a bamboo tool with a pointed tip, the petals are cut out one by one from a lump of porcelain clay. After one round of cutting, the chrysanthemums are raised one by one. The chrysanthemums are then pasted on bottles as decoration. When carved, each petal stands out sharply, but when glazed and fired, it develops a softness like natural chrysanthemums.

The work is by Mr. Ichiro Nakazato, an intangible cultural property holder of Sasebo City, Nagasaki Prefecture.

It is made of Amakusa ceramic stone from Kumamoto, which is characterized by its translucent white color and pearlescent texture.

The thin porcelain rim is very smooth to the mouth and brings out the delicate flavor of sake. Together with the Sakura flower decoration, you can savor an elegant fine drinking experience.

Pair this with Tokkuri Sake carafe from the same series.

Hirado Kohsyo Danemon Kiln, as a pioneer of Mikawachi ware, has been carrying on the technique for 400 years and is highly regarded both in Japan and abroad for its outstanding technique and artistic sensibility in design.

In 1928, the company was granted as purveyors to the Imperial Household Agency. Also, its piece has also been presented as a gift to His Majesty the King of the Netherlands on several ceremonial occasions.

PRODUCT DETAIL

  • Quantity: 1
  • Dimension: D7.8cm(3.1in) x H3cm(1.2in)
  • Capacity: 20ml(0.7oz)
  • Material: Porcelain - Mikawachi ware
  • Origin: Made in Japan
  • Brand: Hirado Kohsyo Danemon Kiln

ABOUT HIRADO KOHSYO DANEMON KILN 

As the direct descendant of Goryeo-on, one of the founders of the Mikawachi Ware in Nagasaki Prefecture, Hirado Kohsyo Danemon Kiln has been carrying on the technique for 400 years and is highly regarded both in Japan and abroad for its outstanding technique and artistic sensibility in design.

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ABOUT MIKAWACHI WARE

Mikawachi Ware, also known as Hirado Ware, is a pottery made in Sasebo City, Nagasaki Prefecture, Japan. Known for its translucent white porcelain, it was highly popular in Europe during the trend toward Japanese crafts in the West in the 20th century. Mikawachi Ware is remarkable for its delicate modeling techniques that push the limits of porcelain, such as openwork and relief carving, and for its beautiful painting that looks like a single piece of art.

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A MUSUBI KILN Customer
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05/18/2023
Andrew h.
United States United States
I recommend this product

Beautiful piece

One of a kind sake cup, that is both functional but beautiful.

05/19/2023

MUSUBI KILN

Thanks so much for your review! It is produced by craftsmen one by one with love. We would be delighted, so as would the craftsmen if you could use the item with great care and enjoy it for an extended period of time.

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04/28/2023
Anonymous
United States United States
I recommend this product

Top quality

I like porcelain very much. The craftsmanship of this sake cup is perfect. It is so elegant and unique.

04/28/2023

MUSUBI KILN

Thanks for leaving such wonderful feedback. It will be a pleasure not only for us but also for the craftsmen if you can use it with great care for a long time! We're looking forward to your next visit.

DL
03/04/2023
Daniel L.
United States United States

a true work of art

So beautiful, intricately crafted

03/07/2023

MUSUBI KILN

Thank you for all of your reviews! We're so lucky to have a customer like you. We look forward to seeing you again soon!