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Tenmoku Uzu-Maki Mug w/Lid

Miya Company

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Tenmoku Uzu-Maki Mug w/Lid

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Product Information

Made of:

ceramic

Size:

3"L x 3"W x 4.75"H, 10 oz

Color:

brown/ black

Care:

dishwasher and microwave safe

Why We Love This

Its ceramic construction lends this lidded mug a uniquely antique aesthetic.

In 1947, Mr. Miya's flower shop opened on 28th Street in New York City. Over the years, it has evolved into a leading importer of Japanese tableware and gifts. Owned and operated by the Matsukawa family, Miya continues to bring the best of Japan home so you can too. Their mission is to provide the most unique products made in, or inspired by, Japan for the global market, bringing the best of Japan right to your home.

Why We Love This

Its ceramic construction lends this lidded mug a uniquely antique aesthetic.

In 1947, Mr. Miya's flower shop opened on 28th Street in New York City. Over the years, it has evolved into a leading importer of Japanese tableware and gifts. Owned and operated by the Matsukawa family, Miya continues to bring the best of Japan home so you can too. Their mission is to provide the most unique products made in, or inspired by, Japan for the global market, bringing the best of Japan right to your home.