[Japan]洸春窯×BEAMS JAPAN/別注 竹 徳利 緑
The custom-made ceramic sake cups cut diagonally like bamboo, with gold inside and green outside, not only look gorgeous, but bamboo is also regarded as a lucky charm, which is very suitable as a gift.
The cooperative Koshun Kama Kiln opened in 1943 in the Hiyoshi area of Higashiyama District, one of the main production areas of Kyo-yaki and Kiyomizu-yaki. The second generation uses traditional Kyocera painted in blue and blue on a white background, and incorporates the brightly colored traditional Chinese Jiaozhi porcelain into the work. The third-generation Takashima Shinichi now uses the "Yiqin" technique, one of the Cochin porcelain techniques, to create a new hand-painted cloisonné pattern style, which is incorporated into various tea sets and daily utensils.