Sakazuki - Porcelain Overall Blue - Sake Cup
Designed for cold sake, Sakazuki is a small stemmed cup. Its thin design unique to Mikawachi ware is crafted by covering the underside of the foot of the cup with glaze and putting the cup upside down with the foot facing up when firing in the kiln. Because the cup becomes very soft when placed in the kiln under high temperatures, it requires the greatest care and subtle adjustments during firing to keep the delicate leg from distorting. The Sakazuki cups come in three designs: white porcelain with a distinctive thin frame, a cup with a delicate line on the rim, and the gosumaki design painted using gosu glaze all over the surface. Gosumaki is a technique of glazing a large surface area at once using a thick dami brush. The proud home of the Mikawachi ware has a history of producing the most exquisite pieces of workmanship as gifts for the shogunate and the Imperial Court. The Sakazuki cups are an example of master craftsmanship.
Finish: Overall Blue
Size S: Width 44mm Depth 44mm Height 65mm (50ml)
Size M: Width 46mm Depth 46mm Height 72mm (60ml)
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Time & Style's porcelain ware is made by using traditional techniques from a variety of different regions of Japan, such as Hasami-yaki and Mikawachi-yaki from Nagasaki Prefecture and Yoshida-yaki from Ureshino in Saga Prefecture. The simple, delicate forms make it possible to harmonically combine them with several types of dining settings.
Porcelain wares are produced by heating fine-grained clay at high temperatures, and therefore, they have a smooth, hard and densely structured texture, and does not absorb water. They can serve as containers for daily use without reserve.
Porcelains are made from fine-grained clay and do not absorb water due to their hard finish.
Porcelain dishes are dishwasher safe. Please take care when placing them in the dishwasher to prevent them from touching each other. We recommend that you prewash ceramics carefully to prevent residues from getting into the material. Although it is safe to use these dishes in the microwave, sudden temperature changes may occur cracks. This is particularly true for ceramics, which contain moisture that causes the temperature to raise quickly from within, increasing the possible damage. Neither type of dish is oven-safe, nor should they be placed directly on the stove. In addition, please be careful not to pour cold water over hot porcelain or ceramic dishes, as this may result in damage.
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All products are order-made and carefully processed, assembled, and finished by our craftsmen in Japan.
Regarding the tableware and small products, we ship the goods from japan within 7 days if we have stocks. If there is no available stock, we will accordingly inform you the lead time of the production.
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