Banko-yaki yusamashi by Taisen, 140ml (4.7oz)
A purple clay banko-yaki yuzamashi.
Tokoname-yaki yuzamashi, Mogake by Katayama Hakusan, 100ml / 3.4 oz
Yôhen effects and mogake motifs decorate the green clay of this Tokoname-yaki yusamashi by Hakusan.
Asahi-yaki “hakeme”, 190 ml / 6.4 oz
An Asahi-yaki yuzamashi made from Uji clay. Its original shape recalls boats like the ones that can be seen on the Uji-gawa River, on the banks of which is located the ancient Asahi-yaki workshop.
Banko-yaki yuzamashi by Taisen, 220ml
A yuzamashi in purple Banko-yaki clay by Itô Taisen.
Porcelain Asahi-yaki “kahinseiki” yuzumashi, 140 ml / 4.7 oz
A simple, refined porcelain yuzamashi made in the famous Asahi-yaki potter’s workshop in Uji, for cooling water for Japanese tea.
“Black hidasuki” bizen-yaki yuzamashi by Yoshimoto Atsuo
An original yuzamashi with black “hidasuki” motifs obtained through reduction firing, like antique bizen-yaki ware.
Banko-yaki yuzamashi by Tachi Masaki, 120 ml (4 oz)
This little hand-decorated yuzamashi is a work the Banko-yaki potter, Tachi Masaki.
Small beige yuzamashi, 120 ml / 4 oz
A tool for cooling water, a very modern beige yuzamashi.
Beige yuzamashi, Takasuke, 280 ml / 9.5 oz
A beautiful, modern beige Tokoname-yaki yuzamashi.
Bizen-Yaki yuzamashi by Nobuhara Katsushi
A yuzamashi with strong visual impact, made from unglazed Bizen-Yaki clay.