In Japanese onomatopoeia, the term "Chapu Chapu" translates to "splash splash."
The ceramicist Loui Fukuda from Mizuho kiln made unique shape of individual tea drippers. It's all one of a kind and comes with different shapes and colors. Can you find the one you like?
Loui Fukuda, who is the second generation of Mizuho kiln continues to create their traditional ceramics with a modern twist.
- Comes with tea strainer
- Sold separately
- Each piece is handmade in Kumamoto, Japan and varies slightly, making each piece unique.
- Approximate measurement:
- A-U: 7"L x 3" W
- V: 3 3/4" L x 3 3/4"W
- W-X: 4"L x 3"W
- Material: ceramic and stainless steel (strainer)
- Care instruction: hand wash recommended, not oven safe
Mizuho kiln was started in 1973 by Toyomizu Fukuda who was born in 1928. Loui Fukuda, the second generation of Mizuho kiln, is currently creating all of the works.
Loui carefully picked the ingredients to create the glaze. She gets the rice straws and husks from her neighboring organic rice field.
Loui enjoys making unique carvings to experiment how the glaze drips on each product. I like how they all have dramatic glazing and how they drip to the end.
When you see her works closely you will see many layers of color. Hope you will enjoy her work too.