Mamura Jizo-made tin choshi paulownia box. Stamped Jidaimono Kotin Tin-ware Tokuri-ware Japanese Sake Tsugi Sake Pour Tin. An old tin choshi made by Mamura Jizo.The unique sheen with a slimy feel is a wonderful work. The overall painting of pine, bamboo and plum is also elegantly organized. It had been stored for a long time in a paulownia box.
It has no noticeable scratches and is shiny. The paulownia box has a label that says' Kiya Honten, made by Kyubei HAYASHI, 3-Chome, Nihonbashi-murocho, Tokyo'. Tin has been prized in Japan since ancient times for its ability to purify water. Especially as alcohol becomes delicious.
It has been used in sake bottles (sake bottles and sake cups). Compared to aluminum and stainless steel, tin.
It is characterized by its softness and vulnerability. For a tea master, these tin-made tea utensils are said to be'nurturing'. Size: About W 16 x D 11 x H 13 cm.It is in good condition, but only if you understand that it is used or stored at home. Please note that product descriptions, such as hue and damage, are subjective to us. We do not mark merchandise values below value or mark items as "gifts" - Japan, US and International government regulations prohibit such behavior. Thank you for your understanding.
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