Tea Equipment


Ceramics by Tomomi Kamoshita 鴨下 知美

Tomomi Kamoshita

 creates ceramics and three-dimensional artworks focused on her beautiful color and fine shapes at her studio in Tokyo. She has held solo exhibition and ceramic workshops in Japan as well as outside of Japan. 
Recently, she has been working utilizing the traditional Japanese
 technique of "Kintsugi" in her own modern style. In 2019, Kamoshita published book on her kintsugi artworks and regeneration, KINTSUGI - Seeing light through the cracks -. She held solo exhibition at Setsugekka, New York regularly, and held kintsugi workshops in L.A., San Francisco, several cities in India.

Tea Bowl - Light Blue 空色茶碗

Light Blue glaze/ Made in Tokyo, Japan 

Tea Bowl - Light Blue by Tomomi Kamoshita

$250.00

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Tea Bowl - Twilight 薄明空色茶碗

Twilight colored glaze / Made in Tokyo, Japan 

Tea Bowl - Twilight by Tomomi Kamoshita

$280.00

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Tea Bowl - Adzuki Red 艶消小豆赤平茶碗

Mat Adzuki red colored glaze / Made in Tokyo, Japan 

Tea Bowl - Adzuki Red by Tomomi Kamoshita

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Ceramics by Akihiro Nikaido 二階堂 明弘

Akihiro Nikaido
Akihiro Nikaido, a ceramist

Akihiro Nikaido, who is one of the most popular ceramic artists and holds solo exhibition for more than ten times a year vigorously not only in Japan but also in New York, Paris, London, Munich in Germany, Taipei in Taiwan and Beijing in China. He is a leader of a young potters group named “To-ism (陶ISM)" since 2010, that 108 ceramic artists joined and more than 4,000 people visits their exhibition. Nikaido’s works fascinates renowned chef Yoshihiko Kousaka of KOSAKA in New York City, and chef Taku Sekine of Dersou, the best restaurant in Paris. The shape and texture of his works often shows nature such as weather or erosion of the earth; and other artworks make people feel a breath of contemporary and ancient period. He believes that Chanoyu, Japanese tea ceremony, embodies context of Japanese beauty and he often holds tea gathering to exhibit his works of art.

Nikaido joined collaborative event “Wabi and Now” that believes in the potential value of being something more than art as a collaborative masterpiece, in New York in 2015, 2016, and 2019. This includes Tea ceremony, Calligraphy, Flower Arrangement, Ceramics, Culinary, Sake and Confectionery among their skills and talents. Cavin Morris Gallery in Chelsea, New York held a group exhibition "CEREMONIES: AKIHIRO NIKAIDO & YUKO KIMURA" in 2016 and his solo exhibition "Akihiro Nikaido: New Works" in 2019 that were a great success. In addition, his works were exhibited at Sara Japanese Pottery in May, 2017 and 2019.

Tea Bowl - Thin Shohki 錆器

Nikaido named the color of this ceramic Shohki 錆器, which means a rusty bowl.

Polished black glaze/ Made in Chiba, Japan 

Tea Bowl - Shoki 錆器

$150.00

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Tea Bowl - Thick Shohki 錆器

Nikaido named the color of this ceramic Shohki 錆器, which means a rusty bowl.

Polished black glaze/ Made in Chiba, Japan 

Tea Bowl - Thick Shoki 錆器

$150.00

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Tea Bowl - Wide Shohki 錆器

Nikaido named the color of this ceramic Shohki 錆器, which means a rusty bowl.

Polished black glaze/ Made in Chiba, Japan 

Tea Bowl - Wide Shoki 錆器

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Tea Whisks by Tango Tanimura 谷村丹後

White bamboo tea whisk for thin tea 白竹茶筅 薄茶用

A tea whisk made from white bamboo is conventional one. This type of tea whisk is often used in a traditional tea ceremony.

* Product image for illustration purposes only. Actual product may vary because it is made of natural bamboo.

 

Made in Ikoma, Nara, Japan

White bamboo tea whisk for thin tea

$45.00

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Black bamboo tea whisk for thin tea 紫竹茶筅 薄茶用

A tea whisk made from black bamboo is normally used in a casual tea ceremony and more durable than the one made from white bamboo.

* Product image for illustration purposes only. Actual product may vary because it is made of natural bamboo.

 

Made in Ikoma, Nara, Japan

$52.00

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