🔸Jinsui "Maruko Gold" 260 ml - 人水 "丸子ゴールド”




【 Product Type: Kyusu 急須, Tokoname ware 】

A round shaped Kyusu teapot by Jinsui (人 水) ceramic studio in Tokoname (Aichi prefecture), one of the six oldest ceramic production regions in Japan. 


Using a rare golden crystalline glaze, this unique and modern teapot shines in the light and has a metallic-like texture. It also features an ultra thin-walled that weighs only about 150g. 


A bold and elegant Kyusu created with a tradition of craftsmanship and a meticulous manufacturing method. Each one is a unique piece and appears the glaze pattern in different results. Enjoy the accidental surprises that can never be reproduced! Perfect for anyone who loves ceramics and pottery art. Very special addition to your tea utensils. 

Eine rund Kyusu-Teekanne vom Keramikstudio Jinsui (人 水) aus dem Tokoname (Präfektur Aichi), einer der sechs ältesten Keramikproduktionsregionen japans.


Mit einer seltenen goldenen Kristallglasur glänzt diese einzigartige und moderne Teekanne im Licht und hat eine Metalloptik. Außerdem ist sie eine ultra-Dünnwandige, die nur etwa 150g wiegt.


Dies ist ein kühner, eleganter Kyusu, der mit der große handwerkliche Tradition und die äußerst sorgfältige Fertigungsweise Produktionsmethode hergestellt wurde. Jedes Stück ist ein Unikat und zeigt das Muster in unterschiedlichen Ergebnissen. Genießen Sie die zufälligen Überraschungen, die niemals reproduziert werden können! Perfekt für alle, die Keramik lieben. Ganz besondere Ergänzung zu Ihren Tee-Utensilien.


1) Each Kyusu is unique and painstakingly handcrafted. With artist stamp. 

2) The Kyusu has a built-in ceramic strainer, made in the Tokoname-yaki tradition. 

3) Shiny golden crystalline glaze makes unique and modern appearance.

4) For 260 ml in volume, the perfect size for brewing a cup of tea, making it a perfect gift.

5) Using red natural clay (Japanese: Shudei 朱泥) particularly enriched with natural iron-oxide.

* It is said that any astringency and bitterness found in Japanese green teas are adjusted by the reaction of the iron contained in Tokoname ware's red mud with the tannin of the tea, resulting in a delicious and mellow taste.


☆Jinsui "Maruko Gold" 260 ml

【 volume / Volume (ca.) 】 

       260 ml

【 size (approx.) / Maße (ca.) 】

   (without Handle and knob / (Durchmesser ohne Griff x Höhe ohne Knauf)

       Φ 9,5 x H. 8 cm 

【 weight (approx.) / Gewicht (ca.) 】

       155 g

【 material / Material 】     

       Lead-free & Cadmium-free Ceramic (Pottery) /

       Bleifreie & Cadmiumfreie Keramik (Töpferei)  

【 Studio 】


【 origin / Herkunft 】   

        Aichi, Japan

【 packaging / Verpackung 】

        original Karton  (box size: L. 16 x B. 16 x H. 11 cm)


* Please handwash to clean your kyusu.

* Do not use this teapot in the microwave or dishwasher. 


* Bitte reinigen Sie Ihren Kyusu mit der Hand.

* Verwenden Sie diesen Kyusu nicht in der Mikrowelle oder Spülmaschine. 

64,95 €

about the kiln

©photo by Jinsui Kiln

Ceramics studio Jinsui is one of the six oldest studios in the Tokoname ceramic production region in Aichi prefcture, Japan. The studio was started in 1900 by Yasumasa Watanabe as Yamaya Yasumasa Watanabe, and in 1971 was renamed Jinsui by his son Yoshiji. Toshimasa became the 3rd generation master in 1990, and Yasumasa's great grandson Yusuke continues the business today as the 4th head since 2011.


History of Jinsui

1900 Yasumasa Watanabe founded Yamaya Yasumasa Watanabe

1971 Yoshiji Watanabe is founded Jinsui

1990 Changes from Yoshiji Watanabe to Toshimasa Watanabe representative

2011 To Co., Ltd. the Jinsui  - Yusuke Watanabe is appointed CEO


🔸常滑焼 TOKONAME-YAKI -  A tradition of quality

Tokoname (常滑) is located near Chubu International Airport in southern Nagoya, Aichi Prefcture. High quality earthenware has been produced here since the 12th century, and still now, Tokoname is a center of pottery production in Japan.


Tokoname is one of Japan's six most important ancient kiln towns - the others are Bizen (備前), Echizen (越前), Seto (瀬戸), Shigaraki (信楽) and Tanba (丹波) - had the largest output of ceramics of any kiln town in the Edo Period (1600-1868). 


In particular, Tokoname used to be the main production site for ceramic water pipes. In modern times, it is known around the world for its ornaments such as tea sets and beckoning cats.