Rinka Soup Cup White | Kanekokohyo

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A cup of white kneading where you can feel the warmth of handmade

warmth. Even if it is porcelain, it has a finish that makes you feel the soil like pottery. The white cup can be used regardless of the season or scene, and it is a soup cup that goes well with any movement and can be used for a long time without getting tired.


Perfect for cereals and

yogurt cups, it has a simple but attached appearance with a side shing. In addition to soup, tea and coffee, it also fits perfectly as a fruit cup with cereal and yogurt sauce.


It is also used by New York's beloved Lincoln series New York interior design master Roman and Williams, and is loved by New Yorkers for its French

café "La Mercerie" at Roman and WilliamsGuild, a concept store that combines furniture and miscellaneous goods, florists, and cafes.


It is nice to have a dishwasher and a microwave oven, so you can use a dishwasher or a microwave oven if it is warm, so it is also a nice point to reduce the time and effort before

and after meals even when you are busy.


◆◆ Click here for a list of Other Works ◆◆ Product Details Japanese Material Porcelain Size



Caliber : Approx. 12cm (15cm including taker)
Height : About 6cm
Weight : About 286g
Capacity : About 220ml (8th minute) Electronics Microwave oven : Can be warmed: Oven : No open fire : No




Kaneko Kohyo Pottery Manufacturing

1921 The "Kaneko Ceramics Factory" was born on the mountain in Asho, Shimoishi-cho, Toki-gun, Gifu Prefecture, in 1965, and the tori (choshi) for hot water used in banquets and taverns increased with  
  high growth, producing 130,000 bottles a month and 1.6 million units a year. Minoyaki Mino ware is a generic term for
ceramics produced  


in the

Tono region (Toki City, Tajimi City, Mizunami City, kani City) in the southeastern part of Gifu Prefecture. The Tono region is the largest ceramics production base in Japan, and Toki City boasts a share of more than 50% of the total japanese pottery, and is known as the best pottery production town in Japan. Due to the progress of product fragmentation and division of labor in various parts of Tono, specialization was made in each region, each technology was improved, and Mino ware became a major production area for tableware that became well-known nationwide.

The blog about Caneko Kohei Pottery And Mino ware is here Attention for use from Caneko Kohei Pottery Co., Ltd. 〇 This product is porcelain, so it is a material with excellent durability that is hard and resistant to impact compared to pottery 〇 Dishwashing dryer, you can use it in a microwave oven to the extent of warming 〇 Please note that there is a risk of scratching the surface when using metal tawades and detergents


abrasives 〇 There may be some places where the logo mark of the back mark is difficult to see depending on the baking condition. Please understand as the characteristics of the baked goods 〇 Subtle differences in the size, shape, texture, and expression of each product occur depending on the
characteristics of the soil and glaze of the raw material. Please enjoy it as a unique beauty peculiar to magnetic products


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