Vase Sorori

by Nousaku

This beauty has been used in traditional tea ceremonies since way back.  Single stem flower vases that can stand alone or showcase your favorite flower.  Such an elegant design is only achieved by the advanced casting and refined finishing techniques of Nousaku’s master craftsmen. Sorori, a single-stem flower vase, has been recognized as one of the key items in a long history of the traditional tea ceremony.  Featuring in 4 different colors, finished with a clear coat for Gold, nickel plating for Silver, and Blackish Brown and Golden brown are achieved by chemical reaction using special liquid – a mix of iron rust and acetic acid.

Vase Sorori

by Nousaku

This beauty has been used in traditional tea ceremonies since way back.  Single stem flower vases that can stand alone or showcase your favorite flower.  Such an elegant design is only achieved by the advanced casting and refined finishing techniques of Nousaku’s master craftsmen. Sorori, a single-stem flower vase, has been recognized as one of the key items in a long history of the traditional tea ceremony.  Featuring in 4 different colors, finished with a clear coat for Gold, nickel plating for Silver, and Blackish Brown and Golden brown are achieved by chemical reaction using special liquid – a mix of iron rust and acetic acid.

  • Country Of Origin
    JAPAN
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Vase Sorori

Golden Brown
160 USD
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About Nousaku

For centuries Nousaku has been a family business and has all intentions of staying that way, rebelling against its wild popularity over the last 20 years.  They have reverence for local resources, whether they’re profitable or not.  With their outreach, expansion, and addition of a cafe, some may consider them a Great Aunt or Grandmother to the Guild.  From the industrial city of Takaoka, Nousaku specializes in advanced casting techniques, expert knowledge, tradition, and spirit, pursuing perfect harmony of inherited tradition and modern design.  Valuing expressing complex, precise detailing, it’s no wonder they got their start with Buddhist ritual pieces.

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