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    Twilight Red Matcha Tea Set

    Twilight Red Matcha Tea Set

    UNKA-YAKI ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

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      Regular price $2,999.00 USD
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      As the enchanting fragrance of steaming tea wafts through the air, you can relish a tranquil afternoon in the company of dear friends.

      The Japanese tea ceremony, known as "chanoyu," represents a cherished cultural tradition, where matcha stands out for its enticing flavors, health-enhancing properties, and remarkable ability to invigorate the body and sharpen the mind. It stands as one of the earliest superfoods. With this comprehensive set at your disposal, you have all the tools needed to master the refined art of the tea ceremony.

      The Twilight Red Matcha Tea Set, with its elegant design and precise craftsmanship, empowers you to immerse yourself in the graceful traditions of the Japanese tea ceremony, all within the comfort of your own home. Crafted to cater to both beginners and connoisseurs, this set embodies the essence of Japanese tea culture. The unglazed pottery is known for bestowing a velvety taste to your teas.

      The pattern on this pottery, created by natural flames, exhibits unique colors and designs on each cup due to the fluctuating temperatures of the fire.

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      Set Includes:
      Tea Bow x1 : Diameter 12cm x Height 85cm
      Tea Plate x2 : 19cm x 15cm
      Tea Box x1 : 6.5cm x 6.5cm x 6.5cm
      Bamboo Whisk x1 : 1cm x 18.5cm x 2cm
      Tea Scoop x1 : 6cm x 6cm x 10.5cm
      Matcha x1 :40g

      Born from Fire and Clay

      Twilight Red Matcha Tea Set is crafted using special clay and fired by Japanese masters, resulting in unique patterns resembling a sunset glow. Each piece boasts distinct colors, ensuring no two are alike.

      Handcrafted Excellence

      Handcrafted to perfection, each Twilight Red Matcha Tea Set showcases meticulous Japanese artistry, making it a standout in both design and craftsmanship.

      Nature's Canvas

      Inspired by natural beauty, Twilight Red Matcha Tea Set captures the essence of a sunset's radiant hues, bringing a touch of nature's elegance into your space.

      Beyond Beauty

      With its artistic uniqueness and limited production, Twilight Red Matcha Tea Set is not just a decorative item but also a collectible that enhances any environment with its beauty and craftsmanship.

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      Unka-yaki, a form of pottery introduced by Koukoku Ohshimain in 1852, boasts vibrant patterns that evoke the fiery allure of burning clouds on its surface. Due to the ever-changing flames within the kiln, each piece of pottery possesses a unique and captivating beauty.Sadly, Koukoku Ohshima's technique was not passed down to his apprentices, and with his passing, this mesmerizing art form faded into obscurity.The revival of the Unka-yaki technique began in 1978, marking a turning point in its history. Kunihiko Nagamune, originally a horticulturist, was deeply enamored by Koukoku Ohshima's Unka-yaki, particularly the exquisite patterns that emerged from the dance of flames.

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      In 1986, Yoshiko Momoi joined the cause, becoming a vital figure in the restoration of the Ako Unka-yaki technique.Undeterred by numerous setbacks, they embodied the unwavering spirit of Japanese craftsmanship, persistently experimenting and refining their methods. A serendipitous discovery of the clay essential for crafting Unka-yaki pottery amidst the mountains marked a pivotal moment in his journey.Finally, in 1994, Ako Unka-yaki received its official designation as a “Hyogo Prefecture Traditional Craft,” solidifying its status as a cherished artwork.