https://www.japan-cart.com.tw/photos/shares/JT7-MARUMO%20TAKAGI/09-dogmug-poodle/JT7-wmug-poodle-GY_2.jpg https://www.japan-cart.com.tw/photos/shares/JT7-MARUMO%20TAKAGI/09-dogmug-poodle/JT7-wmug-poodle-GY_1.jpg https://www.japan-cart.com.tw/photos/shares/JT7-MARUMO%20TAKAGI/09-dogmug-poodle/JT7-wmug-poodle-GY_3.jpg __**Color changing temperature mug**__ Maohai met the gorgeous transformation of hot drinks, Warm you from the heart from the inside out. Vitality Chai Chai chased the meteor under the stars. __**Product Details**__ Material: Ceramic Size: Upper circumference φ9.4㎝ x H8.4cm Capacity: about 300ml Origin: Japan __**Product Features**__ ・Temperature discoloration and surprise Patterns above 45°C emerge ・Kaga Yuzen-Happy Kimono Pattern The pattern that emerges is taken from the Japanese traditional Kaga Yuzen pattern. ・Handmade glaze design The glaze is poured into the rustic matte cup of Mino-yaki, After firing, each unique glaze face appears. ・Ungrilled texture Mild and elegant matte unbaked texture ・Comfortable and easy to take The handle is wide and feels great __**About Takagi Pottery**__ Royal Ceramics Shop Japanese Marumo Takagi Pottery is located in Gifu Prefecture, Japan's first ceramic ware production area. After its establishment in 1887, it was dedicated to the production of Mino shochu ware. In 1990, it was selected by the Japanese Royal Family as the Imperial Ceramics for the Imperial Palace and was a tribute to the Royal Family. A few years ago, it began to sell cupware to the general public. It is hoped that the Mino ware that has accompanied the Japanese for more than 1,300 years will change its appearance and decorate the dining table of every family. __**Purchase Instructions**__ ・The spots and glaze marks in the cup are the glaze design to reflect the sense of temperature. They are kiln changes produced in the kiln. They are not defective products or stains. Please enjoy the unique changes. ・Do not put in the microwave or dishwasher. ・Do not use hard washing utensils and corrosive detergents for washing. ・The bottom ring surface of the porcelain may have slight chipped corners, friction marks or slight scratches that do not affect the appearance. This is a normal phenomenon of wear when entering the kiln.