KINZAN Sake cup -WaterEye-
The "plate of a flying carp painting" is a plate that reflects the vitality of life to the appearance of flying carps. In Kinzan-gama Kiln, carps are often depicted climbing waterfalls and jumping from ponds. The plates are always decorated with water-motif border patterns. These represent ripples, small eddies, and the reflection of light on the surface of the water. The spirit contained in the patterns has been inherited to express the beauty and glitter of nature. The teacup has a chic color combination with waves and eddies drawn in gold and blue against a black background.