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This set consists of 5 large tea cups, japanese. It is addressed to all those who yield to the temptation in front of the simple design and style of these cups !

The blue and white are very often used by the Japanese for the decoration of their dishes. Here are 5 pieces that respect the traditions !

The edges flared cups allow you to enjoy your tea from Japan (or other !) without spilling any.

With their lines curved, these cups fit in the palm of your hand. In the winter, you will be delighted.e to be able to warm up your hands, feeling the aromas of your drink !

On a set table for your guests, this set of cups will bring a note of freshness. Show your personality !

Our comprehensive catalog you will build a set of dishes, very custom. Your needs, your favorite colors, you choose !

Hauteur : 6,0 cm
Diamètre : 9,0 cm
Ceramic-porcelain -


Blue and white
Hand wash
Cardboard box
Set of 5 cups lines

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Perfect for storing tea, Japanese tea cans coming directly from Japan are equipped with a double lid. The hermetic closure of the lid of these boxes guarantees a tea that will keep its freshness and its aromas longer. Traditional Japanese tea boxes have Japanese motifs often in bloom and are also decorative elements in the kitchen or living room. They are an original gift for all tea lovers and help protect tea leaves.


If Japan is known for its different drinks, tea is probably one of the most shared in the world. Made in Japan offers you a range of Japanese cups and mugs to enjoy your tea or other hot drinks. Discover our Japanese cups and mugs made of porcelain, ceramic or sandstone created thanks to the expertise of the Japanese master craftsmen and offering a wide variety of colors and patterns.


The origin of Japanese cast iron teapots dates back to the 11th-12th centuries. These traditional Japanese teapots have a finely enameled interior to avoid the risk of oxidation. Japanese artisans have chosen cast iron for making traditional Japanese teapots because this material is a good conductor and helps to accumulate and conserve heat for a long time. They keep the tea warm for one to two hours.