They call Kyoto's winter, "sokobie", a time when the cold weather continues.
Although you are spending more time indoors, the pottery here can help you lighten up the mood.
The brand is created by Shoko Kawahara, who came from the original "makuzu-yaki" tea pottery making.
The brand has great works in which each of the patterns and shapes of the pottery tells a unique story.
When you use the pottery for sweets, tea, and alcohol, you can feel the specialness.
Enjoy teatime using the pottery from SIONE, which also directly managed cafes and shops near Ginkakuji.
For more information about Shoko Kawahara from SIONE, please click here.