If you feel like you have enough green tea to sustain you (but is this even possible?), then you need to try one of those exclusive hand-made cups. They were made using the Takatori kiln style, in the town of Koishiwara in Fukuoka prefecture, famous throughout Japan and for the quality of its china. This cup is the result of the collaboration between Onimaru Hekizan the Second, a worldwide renowned potter master who also exhibited in Europe, and Kiya Yasuhiko, a tea master in Yame who is also a member of our network of producers.
As shown by this NHK report, these cups are celebrated in Japan for their extraordinary design, similar to a wine glass. This shape and the special clay used enhances the flavour and fragrances of the green tea that you pour in it, whether cold or hot brewed. This design received a patent, and The Wonder 500 award. This is something every green tea lover has to experience. To try it is to adopt it!