Zoho-Gama, located in Tajimi City in Gifu Prefecture, has been maintaining local traditions by manufacturing ceramic goods with excellent hand-drawn techniques since 1944. They strive to enhance your daily dining experience with easy-to-use tableware with quality and craftmanship you can see and feel.
Originally, takatsuki (tall cup) was a pottery with raised legs used for offerings. The height of the legs of the high cup is said to represent respect for the gods.
The Yashichida kiln is a continuous climbing kiln excavated in the Mino region in the first half of the 17th century. Pottery fired in this kiln have a completely unique, delicate, and charm that is not found in products from other kilns.
The paint brush strokes inside and pinkish dripping glaze are the main characteristics of this cup.
height 2.8 inches (7.2cm)/diameter 2.6 inches (6.6cm)/weight 3.9 oz(110g)