Shobido Kisen Kiln Somenishiki Nut Tea cup 染錦 木の実【湯呑・大】

$29.00 USD
Art Nouveau style was popular in Europe from the end of the 19th century to the beginning of the 20th century. This style, characterized by its gentle curvaceous beauty that mimics the lines of plants, was widely used in various fields of architecture, crafts, and design at the time. The flow of the Art Nouveau style can also be seen in ``Somenishiki Kinomi'', such as the gently curved porcelain form and the plant motifs.

The cup rim was designed to retain the aroma of the drink. 

When you hold or touch the drawings, you would feel you are so close to the workmanship, this will bring you more joy while drinking. 

It comes with a nice gift box.


  • Size: Diameter: 7cm; Height: 8.5cm
  • Material: Porcelain
  • Made in Japan

Care instruction

  • Microwave safe
  • Dishwasher safe, 


Each of our products was handmade by craftsmen. Therefore, there may be individual differences in size, shape, color, pattern, etc. depending on firing and raw materials. Although we inspect our products to ensure customer satisfaction, we hope that you will understand that there may be some color shading, small paint spots, or distortions that are not harmful to use. Please note that the color and texture of the product may differ slightly from what you see on your screen depending on your monitor environment and browser.

About the brand

Shobido Honten was found in 1959 by Ritsushi Kamachi. Shozo Kamachi, the eldest son of Ritsushi Kamachi, worked hard with his father to develop the business and traveled all over the country to expand the market for Arita porcelain. On the other hand, he worked on the return of Ko-Imari, which was exported as far as Europe in the 17th century. Many masterpieces such as Uemon and Meiji Imari were brought back to Arita. He later held exhibitions of Ko-Imari that he had brought back to his hometown all over the country, creating the opportunity for the Ko-Imari boom.

In the long history of Arita, they aim to revive the world of tradition and innovation of Arita porcelain that has been handed down and preserved by our predecessors in modern pottery. The brand "Kisen" is born.

In February 2010, the "Koimari Wine Cup" won both the Grand Prix and the Gold Prize at the "Attractive Japanese Souvenir Contest 2010" sponsored by the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism and the Japan Tourism Agency. In March of the same year, the pot dish "Cacomi" was certified as a universal design recommended product by Saga Prefecture.


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