“Wabi (wah-be)-sabi (sah-be)” is Japanese traditional aesthetics originated from the tea ceremony, which admires simplicity, imperfection, volatility, and incompletion. Handmade by Seto-yaki artisans, each one of this beautiful tea bowl is slightly different.
Seto-yaki, or Seto ware is a type of Japanese pottery produced in and around Seto City in Aichi Prefecture, Japan, which is renowned historically as a pottery production center. Seto City is one of “the six ancient kilns” in Japan. Tableware in Japan is largely ceramic, and often called Seto-mono. “Mono” means “things,’ and “Seto” refers to Seto city.
Product of Seto City, Japan
Regular price: $55.00
Before first use: Soak tea bowl in warm plain water long enough so that the tea bowl will absorb water. Do not add soap for this process. This process prevents tea stain when using the bowl.
Cleaning instructions: Handwash gently with mild soap.
Not for microwave, stovetop, or oven.
Avoid sudden temperature change.