Yamanokuchi - Dobin Tea Pot
Yamanokuchi - Dobin Tea Pot
Yamanokuchi - Dobin Tea Pot
Yamanokuchi - Dobin Tea Pot
Yamanokuchi - Dobin Tea Pot
Yamanokuchi - Dobin Tea Pot
Yamanokuchi - Dobin Tea Pot
Yamanokuchi - Dobin Tea Pot
Yamanokuchi - Dobin Tea Pot
Yamanokuchi - Dobin Tea Pot
Yamanokuchi - Dobin Tea Pot
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Yamanokuchi - Dobin Tea Pot

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Each piece is handmade by Yasuo Tsujiguchi in Amakusa, Japan. The handle of this teapot is also handcrafted by Tsujiguchi. Enjoy how it oxidizes and changes color in time.  The simplicity of his work is easy to blend into our daily life.  

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  • Approximate measurement:
    • Overall: 5" W x 6 3/4" H with handle
    • body: 4 1/4" W x 4" H
    • 1" spout length
    • 2 5/8" lid diameter
    • Weight: 15.1 oz
    • Capacity: 16 fl.oz
  • Material: ceramic body, copper handle
  • Care instruction: hand wash only, not oven safe, Copper handle will oxidize and change color in time. Please wipe the handle gently with a dry cloth to avoid rusting.

Story:

Born in 1972, Yasuo Tsujiguchi is the third generation of Yamanokuchi Kiln. Before his grandfather started his own kiln,  for decades he was working as a craftsman at one of the legendary ceramic company in Amakusa area. Following his grandfather, Tsujiguchi also started his career at the same ceramic company where his grandfather used to work. After many years of experience as a craftsman at the company, he came back to his own family kiln to take over his family own business.