Mugs, tea cups, Chawanmushi and tea ceremony, Explore our collection of ceramic cups and mugs inspired by the Japanese archipelago.
Explore our collection of ceramic mugs inspired by the Japanese archipelago.
The tea ceremony called chanoyu (茶 の 湯), or sadō (茶道), or chadō (茶道) is a traditional art inspired in part by Zen Buddhism in which powdered green tea, or matcha (抹茶), is prepared from codified manner by an experienced practitioner and is served to a small group of guests in a quiet setting.
Explore our collection of ceramic tea cups inspired by the Japanese archipelago.
Chawanmushi is a salted egg cream of Japanese cuisine. It has among other ingredients ginkgo seed, chicken and shrimp and is made with dashi and not with milk like flan. It comes in a cup with a lid.