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Hasami Mug

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Hasami porcelain is characterized by simple forms and clean lines that are modern yet largely influenced by traditional Japanese pottery. The handmade collection features slight variations in color and finish for an organic and aesthetically pleasing collection. Items easily stack together for storage or transport. The stacks of pottery in all colors are calming and add an air of serenity to the tabletop. Crafted from a blend of porcelain and clay these pieces offer a tactile dining experience in a muted, matte finish. Note: the gloss gray finish is slightly reflective and smoother than the natural or black.

View the full Hasami Collection.

Mugs in both sizes can be stacked together. Other pieces of the collection that fit on the mugs include the, MIni Plate, Wood Tray Mini, Creamer and Sugar. Dishwasher safe.

Available in 2 sizes:
Small: 3.75" diameter, 3.5"h; holds 13oz
Large: 3.75" diameter, 4.25"h; holds 15 oz

Made in Japan.

Standard Shipping

This item is shipped via Standard Shipping which is delivered via UPS.

Delivery charges are based on the total value of the merchandise shipped to each address. Shipping time is typically 3-5 business days.

Please Note: Items on backorder/out of stock will ship upon availability.

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Saikai was founded in 1946 in the Arita and Hasamiyaki region of Japan which is known for its simple yet elegant white and painted colored porcelain.  In 1991 Saikai moved to Los Angeles whereby they introduced the form and function of Aritayaki across the United States.  In recent years they have continued their Japanese influence on American design with their utilitarian home products that aren’t influenced by trends but by centuries of culture.  

Saikai continues to develop original merchandise while collaborating with designers in their native country of Japan.  All their products are made by skilled artisans in Japan.  


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