Porcelain Cup - Karakusa
This small cup is called soba choko, a vessel made specifically for dipping sauce for cold soba noodle. However, its simple shape makes it for much more than the dipping sauce. It can be used for a small serving of tea, coffee or other drinks, dips, condiments, nuts, or anything that you think fit.
Each cup is hand painted with a lively intertwined vine pattern (karakusa), a classic motif used to decorate many everyday objects in Japan such as the bandanas.
- W 3¼" x H 2¾"
- Holds 6 oz of drink
- Dishwasher and microwave safe
- 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.