[Kumo] A Celebration of Skill and Tradition
This style of ceramic painting, called “Kakizume”, represents the continuation of Kyoto and Kiyomizu Ware. Cultivated in ancient Kyoto and crafted by skilled artisans who have mastered subtlety, it epitomizes tradition.
“Kumo” is T.Nishikawa & Co., Inc.’s brand of this popularly produced Kiyomizu Ware with Kakizume painting. The use of this fine quality ceramic ware, combining firmness and lightness, will produce years of satisfying experiences. And as a gift it will be a gem of rare delight.
Cast Iron Teapots
These Nambu cast iron teapots, popular all over the world, have been ornamented with exquisite ceramic Kiyomizu Ware lids. These pots, which combine two traditional arts in the playful spirit of Kyoto, are an exclusive collaboration of the T. Nishikawa & Co., Inc.
*Cast iron teapot, w/ porcelain lid and stainless strainer. Inside enameled. Do not place over direct heat.