Cup by Japanese ceramic artist Takeshi Omura (b.1977). via Analogue Life

'The Way Of Tea' - Aaron Fisher Cup by Japanese ceramic artist Takeshi Omura via Analogue Life

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Traditional Japanese tea bowl shapes, labeled with their names in English and Japanese.

Modern, modular, and multi-functional - each piece is stack-able with pieces of the same diameter. Made in Hasami – a district in Nagasaki, Japan that’s been producing ceramics for over 400 years.  Shop it at www.trnk-nyc.com!

Modern, modular, and multi-functional - each piece is stack-able with pieces of the same diameter. Made in Hasami – a district in Nagasaki, Japan that’s been producing ceramics for over 400 years. Shop the collection on www.

Castle Pot, Keiko Masumoto, 2009. Keiko Masumoto was Toshiba Japanese Ceramics Resident, April - September 2013 at Victoria and Albert Museum, London.

Castle Pot, Keiko Masumoto, Keiko Masumoto was Toshiba Japanese Ceramics Resident, April - September 2013 at Victoria and Albert Museum, London.

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