Jincup Urushi M
Jincup Urushi is a luxurious product coated with the traditional technique of lacquering. It is made entirely of natural materials by using the technique of sliding raw lacquer over the entire surface.
Unlike other paints, the more you use lacquer coating, the more it becomes shiny and better-looking, and the more you love it.
It is made by hollowing out a tabunoki (Japanese bay tree), which grows abundantly in Kagoshima Prefecture, and the hand-carved marks, which immediately show that a lot of effort has been put into it, make us what to grip it constantly.
When you put your finger on the handle, it feels comfortable in your hand again.
The rim of the cup is thin and carefully finished, and when you put your lips on it, you will immediately feel its drinkability.
Since natural materials are processed by hand, there are individual differences in the grain and surface of each piece of wood. Some have knots, some are not uniform in color, some are darker, and some are lighter. Please take it as the individuality of the wood and enjoy each encounter.
Hang it from your bag and go outdoors, or enjoy a cup of coffee at home, this is a cup that you can take with you anywhere, anytime. Also recommended as a gift.
-Precautions for use:
The product is coated with a special resin that meets the Food Sanitation Law in Japan. Please use it without worry.
The smell of wood and lacquer may be present at the beginning of use, but it will fade as you use it. If it bothers you, take it out of the box and leave it in a well-ventilated place for a few days.
If you are using the cup for the first time, or if the cup is extremely cold, pouring liquid close to 100 degrees Celsius may cause the coating to crack, discolor, or distort. Pour lukewarm water into the cup and let it sit for 2 to 3 minutes to soften before use.
When washing, use common kitchen detergent.
Do not use in ovens, microwave ovens, dishwashers, or leave in water for long periods of time.
- W100 x H75 x D70 (mm)
- Tabunoki (Japanese bay tree, produced in Kagoshima prefecture), lacquer
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