Imariyaki: Imari-yaki is a porcelain made in Arita region of former Hizen Province (today's Saga Prefecture) in Kyushu, Japan. Originally known as Arita-yaki, named after its production region, it became to be known as Imari-yaki when the porcelain was exported to Europe in the 17th century from Imari port, Saga. Ko-imari, literally old imari in Japanese, refers to Imari ware produced in the Edo period (17th-19th century). Today the name Arita-yaki is distinguished from Imari-yaki: porcelain made in Arita is called Arita-yaki and in Imari as Imari-yaki.
Imari-yaki Cup:This refined Imari-yaki cup with a simple design of Sakura (Japanese cherry blossoms) brings out the beauty of Imari ware. The cup is designed for everyday use and can be used for drinking tea, coffee, juice, and/or alcoholic beverages such as beer.
7.5 cm (2.95 in)
11 cm (4.33 in)
200 ml (6.8 fl oz)
200 grams (7.05 oz)
length 20 cm (7.87 in) x width 12.3 cm (4.84 in) x height 8.6 cm (3.39 in)
Measurements above are approximate
Use mild soap and soft sponge or cloth for washing. Dishwasher, oven, microwave safe.