This unique and rare item merges avant-garde and Classical Antiquity in all of the right ways. Resembling clay ware statuettes known as dogu from Japan’s Jomon period, this pot transcends time and space. This is because tea and tea culture were not found in Japan during the Jomon period, but were introduced to Japan in later centuries. However, if a Jomon teapot did just so happen to exist, it is easy to see that this exotic style of kyusu would be the one of choice. The handle is perfect for being gripped any which way and with any fingers at a time, too. Merge modern and ancient today with this extraordinary item.
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- Leave the lid uncovered until it is fully dried
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