I named this the "izuna" bowl while thinking of a small Japanese weasel that turns completely white in winter...
It's a traditional porcelain bowl called a "chawan" in Japanese.
Each bowl is imperfect, which is fitting since the Japanese tea ceremony celebrates imperfection and variety.
No two objects are identical, each detail is observed and appreciated.
The chawan bowls reflect this philosophy in their form, texture, and variety.
Matcha bowls have a flatter bottom compared to classic bowls, so that it is easy to whisk the matcha with a bamboo whisk (chasen).
Our collections change frequently and quantities are limited to 40-50 units per model. If you see a bowl that you like, it's time to make it yours.