Import Souvenir Makie Japanese Tea Pot Coast Landscape from Japan at wholesale prices

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TOHSEN COMPANY Ltd.

Address 2F Win Ichigaya Bld., 22-5 Kitamachi Shinjuku-ku Tokyo, JAPAN ZIP:162-0834
Representative Name Kaichi Morino
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This kyusu is handmade in Takaoka, Toyama Prefecture, the city of copperware, one by one using traditional Japanese techniques. This kyusu is made by wax casting, which is considered to be the most precise casting method among the many casting methods. The kyusu is delivered in a paulownia wood box with a certificate of quality and maker.
 
The gold and silver makie reproduces the scenery of the Ameharu Coast, a national park located at the end of Toyama Bay, a scenic spot where the magnificent Tateyama Mountain Range can be seen. The copper lid knob represents the famous cold yellowtail of Toyama Prefecture.
 

The inside of the kyusu is coated with a self cleaning coating for tableware, which is non-stick and can be easily wiped off.

SD item code:10498722

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scenic beauty of the mountains and seaside
雨晴海岸山水
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Item added on: 2022/9/1
Dimensions
Approx. 0.3L
Specifications
Country of manufacture: Japan
Material / component: Body: cast iron
Lid*Pick: Copper
Pattern: Gold*Silver
Package: Body: in paulownia wood box Outer: in individual box
Product tag: None

Description

This kyusu is handmade in Takaoka, Toyama Prefecture, the city of copperware, one by one using traditional Japanese techniques. This kyusu is made by wax casting, which is considered to be the most precise casting method among the many casting methods. The kyusu is delivered in a paulownia wood box with a certificate of quality and maker.
 
The gold and silver makie reproduces the scenery of the Ameharu Coast, a national park located at the end of Toyama Bay, a scenic spot where the magnificent Tateyama Mountain Range can be seen. The copper lid knob represents the famous cold yellowtail of Toyama Prefecture.
 

The inside of the kyusu is coated with a self cleaning coating for tableware, which is non-stick and can be easily wiped off.

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Sea Mail From Mar.7th to May.15th
Air Mail From Feb.16th to Feb.20th
EMS From Feb.15th to Feb.20th
Pantos Express From Feb.17th to Feb.22nd
DHL From Feb.15th to Feb.17th
UPS From Feb.15th to Feb.17th
FedEx From Feb.15th to Feb.17th
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Notes

Some trading conditions may be applicable only in Japan.

*Please note that the actual color of the product may appear slightly different from the photograph.

*Do not use abrasives or dishwashers.

*Do not leave water or tea leaves in the teapot for a long time.

*Do not use an open flame.

*Do not expose to salt or oil.

TOHSEN COMPANY Ltd.

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