The sun is getting stronger day by day. Whether it is a cool cup of tea to avoid the hot sun or a warm cup of tea to restore your body from overcooling in the air conditioner, both are to be enjoyed with a cup of green tea that carries a refreshing aroma. Both are enjoyed with a cup of green tea that carries a refreshing aroma.
It may be a little early to say, but we would like to introduce a blue sencha bowl to be used with refreshing tea on hot days and in the coming summer.
LKL_tea sencha bowl – kiln transformation GOSU
This small tea bowl, with its fresh celadon hue and deep indigo ooze, can be easily used in solitary moments.
7 happy Shichifuku tea utensils sencha bowl – Shichifukujin dyed crest/round crest
‘The Seven Gods of Fortune’ in Japanese Mythology. A heptagonal tea vase with a lovely underglaze blue design of seven auspicious gods of good fortune. Tea time is also a time for smiles.
Okra, royal ferns, onions, and tea utensils painted on a shell-like shape.
hizome sencha bowl – celadon porcelain
The underglaze blue pattern on the saucer, which appears in a dignified standing posture, and the beautiful celadon vessels, which looks like a mirror surface.
en sencha bowl SOMEGOSU
The blue gradation of the vase extends from the inside to the outside as one piece, using SOMEGOSU’s painting technique.
sou sencha bowl – celadon porcelain
Relief of borders crossing simple shapes. Vessels accented with shades of celadon glaze that stay there.
chahaku morning glory sencha bowl – celadon porcelain
The vessels were developed together with Kikunoen, a Shirakawa tea merchant, to enjoy the aroma and color of green tea.
white_line cup 150
The minimalist form of this vessel harmonizes the moist texture of the white porcelain and the indigo color of the kiln-changed GOSU.
finemos 9cm deep bowl
Long-selling white porcelain vessels with a poppy design by Hazuki Koike in Sometsuke (underglaze blue).
It was a sencha bowl recommended for summer and hot weather!
We have introduced nine blue sencha bowls. Everyone enjoys tea in their own way. Similarly, these are nine sencha bowls, all in cobalt-derived colors, such as celadon and underglaze blue, but each with different characteristics.
The first impression of the bowl is also important. We would be happy to have a sencha bowl that gives the impression you like.
This summer is going to be hot again.
We hope you will enjoy the hot season as much as we do. (The end)