Furidashi Bronze with White Lid
A Furidashi is a Japanese sweets holder used in the Tea Ceremony. The sweets are eaten to balance the bitterness of the matcha tea.
Hand shaped and tied lid made of corn husk.
The detailed vessel is similar to the size of a fig.
Collect the other beautiful colorways pictured (from left to right):
Made in Wakayama.
Signed by the artist.
Dimensions: H 3" (7.5cm), D 2" (5cm)
Weight: 3.2oz (90g)
Material: Porcelain, Glass
Care guide to preserve its beauty and longevity:
Remove the lid before washing
Hand wash with cold or warm water and wipe off moisture from the surface before use each time to avoid stains.
After use, rinse with clean water and dry well before storing.
We do not recommend washing with a dishwasher as it may cause dishes to collide, chip or crack.
Do not use item in microwave or oven.