Tokkuri are often made from porcelain, but ceramic, glass, bronze, wood are also used.
Pottery and porcelain will maintain temperature when serving hot sake.
Tokkuri is also nice to use as a small vase.
Traditional pottery that has continued since the end of the Edo period in a mountain village in the inland of Akita Prefecture.
The history of Naraoka ware goes back over 140 years.
A blue glaze
The glaze that is generously applied to the item, this glaze that we use is commonly called sea cucumber.
The glaze used in Naraoka ware uses a material called white clay as the main ingredient, so it has a bluish tint that is very rare even in Japan.
SIZE / BOTTLE
|weight||162g , 187g|
SIZE / CUP