Spout matcha bowl JAPAN TOKONAMEWARE 片口碗 常滑焼
Spout matcha bowl JAPAN TOKONAMEWARE 片口碗 常滑焼
Spout matcha bowl JAPAN TOKONAMEWARE 片口碗 常滑焼
Spout matcha bowl JAPAN TOKONAMEWARE 片口碗 常滑焼
Spout matcha bowl JAPAN TOKONAMEWARE 片口碗 常滑焼

Spout matcha bowl JAPAN TOKONAMEWARE 片口碗 常滑焼

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MATCHA STAND MARUNI produces easy spout bowl for matcha latte.


We recommend Tokoname ware from Aichi prefecture.

Normally, We drink classic matcha (usucha) with directly to the mouth from the matcha bowl.

But in the case of matcha latte, it can not be poured well into milk without a spout.



  • Tokoname Aichi
  • Handmade by claftman
  • Ceramics


For making special Matcha latte the same as Matcha Stand Maruni


-Product details-

  • 12 cm in diameter
  • about 300g


This item is handmade, there are subtle individual differences.




-Visit report TOKONAME

We value the good old things and stuff of Japan and want to convey the culture of tea to the world. For that purpose, it is important to visit the makers and producers on a regular basis and listen to the voices of the manufacturing site.



This time, We went to Tokoname City, Aichi Prefecture to learn how to make Japanese tea pot and spout bowls. Tokoname has a history of about 1000 years as a pottery craftsmanship. It is one of the six old pottery in Japan. The technique of rubbing the lid and the body of the teapot, which is very important for the teapot, and the technique of combining all the parts one by one are all the work of skilled craftsmen. It is quite difficult to imitate other production areas, and the culmination of technologies that can only be seen here in Tokoname in Japan is a feature of Tokoname ware.


It was a place we've always wanted to visit. On the hill just a short distance from Tokoname station, there were many chimneys of rusty kilns that are no longer in use. I visited in early September, when the sun was still strong and it was a very hot day, but the wind blowing on the hill was very comfortable.


We met one of pottery craftsman. There are various ways to make a pottery. This pottery craftsman was born in the Tokoname pottery family tree and continued his training in Kyoto for many years.


It was greatly influenced by Kyo ware and Kiyomizu ware, and each item was hand-made. In addition, the patterns are also in line with the flow of Kyoto, and the patterns that imitate the "flowers" called Mishimadume are also finely stamped using handmade seals to shape the patterns.


It is a classic that makes the best use of the texture of the soil, and looks modern.  can image the creator's face and the politeness of the work, from his ware.


photo and report by Shingo


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