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Comot Japanese Houhin Pot & Cup Set

Comot Japanese Houhin Pot & Cup Set

The Story

Literally translated Houhin means “treasure bottle”, which is a kyusu teapot without a handle and used mainly for steeping luxurious Japanese tea such as Gyokuro tea or very high grade Sencha. It might look like an object of art or a collectible at first sight, but it is a truly professional tea ware.


The Comot Pot and Cup are exquisitely crafted with a double-wall which is highly heat preserved. The teapot has a ceramic strainer at the mouth of spout inside. Both the Pot and Cup are spherical and smooth to the touch, using concave indents as grips instead of handles. Deceptively simple in design, they are aesthetically clean but invitingly tactile.


224 porcelain is a new porcelain brand produced by Bizen Yoshida Pottery in Ureshino City, Saga Prefecture of Japan, a region well known for its tea and hot springs. Using techniques and tools developed over a long history of pottery production both in the Ureshino region and neighboring Arita City, they provide innovative products that enrich our daily lives.



Tea Pot 1 pc, Cup 1 pc



Tea Pot: L110 x W85 x H70mm

Cup: Φ70 x H55mm






Wash with neutral detergent. Wash with a soft sponge.

Due to uniquely handcrafting, each product may differ a bit from one another in terms of shape and colour. Product may not exactly identical to the sample image. 



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