Tokoname craftsman Motozo


Inubosaki lighthouse guinomi sake cup by Motozo

Handmade by the craftsman Kameoka Katsushi (1950-2019) of the 'Motozo kiln' in Tokoname.

Inubosaki lighthouse (Choshi, Japan) was built in 1874 by the British engineer Richard Henry Brunton and is registered with the International Association of Lighthouse Authorities as one of the "One Hundred Most Important Lighthouses in the World".
It is also a Tangible Cultural Property and an Industrial Modernization Heritage Site.
Standing at 32 meters tall and constructed of bricks in the Western style,the simple white form fits in beautifully with its surroundings.

Diameter: Approx. 6cm - 6.5 cm/ 2.3" - 2.5"
Height: approx. 5.7 cm/2.2"
Vol. approx. 80-100 ml /2.7 - 3.3 oz

US$67.00 each (Price of one cup, not a pair) SOLD OUT

(shipping charges not included.)
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