These cups are simple, yet have lots of character. The outside surface is etched with narrow vertical lines, and the unglazed bottom has a rustic beauty to it. The charcoal cup has a matte glaze. The natural cup is patterned with dark brown spots that occur randomly, making each cup one of a kind.
The cups are made in Toki city, the center of the Mino region, which has been making pottery since 7th century and is the largest pottery producing area in Japan
- 3¾” (D) x 2⅝” (H)
- Holds 8 fl oz
- Hand wash. Microwave not recommended
- Made in Japan
Who Makes It
Tojiki Tonya is a collective of ceramic ware distributors in the Mino region. They work closely with the area's pottery manufactures to bring to the market high quality, well-designed, and affordable ceramic ware for everyday use.