With regards to the white and yellow mugs, some of the stars would become transparent and shine brightly when illuminated with light. Utilizing the technique of "hotarude", the mugs are created by glazing the surface with the pattern of openings, each designed by the craftsmen.
The stars of the blue mug don't shine, however, the 12 constellations that appear as if emerging from the surface are truly beautiful, just like the stars that we see at night. The handles of the three mugs are all designed to appear like moons. Can be used as a candle holder as well.
About Ceramic Japan
Ceramic Japan was established in 1973 in Seto, Japan, a place with 1300 years of history of pottery. Since then, they have been creating various products under a consistent design policy, through the collaboration of talented designers and Seto's traditional technologies.
Products of Ceramic Japan have high artistic quality together with high serviceability, as they fuse their reliable technology with designs that fits in our modern lifestyle. As a result, the products achieved various design awards and are highly valued both domestically and internationally.
In 1982, Crinkle Super Bag was chosen as MoMA Permanent Collection. Ceramic Japan is also the manufacturer of the ceramics that are designed by Mr. Sori Yanagi.
So far I am very happy yes. All the items arrived in good condition, and are as expected from the descriptions. I have only used the Tetsuki Yakiami so far, and I am very happy with it. In addition, I wish to comment on how satisfied I am with the other aspects of this order, especially the communication and the fulfillment. I've been very impressed with the regular communication about the availability of items, and the possible timeframes for shipping, and then with how quickly the items were shipped even though some were not immediately available.
J.L. from USA
This item is usually shipped in 2 business days. If it is out of stock, we will inform you of the expected shipping date.
Founded in Seto, Japan, in 1973. The products that fuse technologies and designs, won various design awards. Crinkle Super Bag was chosen as MoMA Permanent Collection in 1982. Highly evaluated both domestically and internationally.