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YAMAHEI KAMAMOTO

Founded in 1972. Located in Nishimatsuura county, Saga prefecture, Japan.They manufacture and sell the new type of 'Arita ware' and other porcelain products.

  • Egg Shell Tumbler L:  Kitchen by Rin crossing

    Egg Shell Tumbler L

    A tumbler that is inspired by the thin and strong Japanese porcelain called 'egg shells' that were highly appreciated in western countries back in Edo to Meiji period (1600-1900). YAMAHEI KAMAMOTO gave high permeability to the item by the special composition of the porcelain clay, so the colour of the drinks can be seen through the glass.

  • Egg Shell Kaori (A porcelain cup):  Kitchen by Rin crossing

    Egg Shell Kaori (A porcelain cup)

    A glass that is inspired by the thin and strong Japanese porcelain called 'egg shells' that were highly appreciated in western countries back in Edo to Meiji period (1600-1900). YAMAHEI KAMAMOTO gave high permeability to the item by the special composition of the porcelain clay, so the colour of the drinks can be seen through the glass.

  • Egg Shell Katakuchi (A sake cup):  Kitchen by Rin crossing

    Egg Shell Katakuchi (A sake cup)

    A lipped sake cup that is inspired by the thin and strong Japanese porcelain called 'egg shells' that were highly appreciated in western countries back in Edo to Meiji period (1600-1900). YAMAHEI KAMAMOTO gave high permeability to the item by the special composition of the porcelain clay, so the colour of the drinks can be seen through the glass.

  • Egg Shell Guinomi (A set of sake cups):  Kitchen by Rin crossing

    Egg Shell Guinomi (A set of sake cups)

    A set of sake cups that are inspired by the thin and strong Japanese porcelain called 'egg shells' that were highly appreciated in western countries back in Edo to Meiji period (1600-1900). YAMAHEI KAMAMOTO gave high permeability to the set by the special composition of the porcelain clay, so the colour of the drinks can be seen through the glass.

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