A kyusu tea pot is made with a traditional Banko potter ware technique in Yokkaichi, Mie Prefecture. A minimalistic, timeless design originally announced 50 years ago, holds the charm of a true classic that resonates with modern lifestyle.
The matte black "Kuro-neri" is made with a clay rich in iron, and the non-glazed baking encourages the iron contents to show its beautiful, dark color- it is also suitable for daily use as the dark color helps tea stains to be less visible.
The white beige "Shiro-neri" is made with a clay Haku-dei(white mud) that was widely popular in the Taisho era, to recreate the classic beauty. The gentle and mild color complements your table at any time of the day.