Handmade tea canister and Wasanbon set(5 single items)

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This set includes a handmade tea canister and five individual pieces of Wasanbon from the popular Hiyori series. Also recommended as a gift. The tea canister can be used to store tea, coffee beans, or small items.
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Handmade Tea Canister
Handmade tea canisters made by Kato Seisakusho, made with skilled craftsmanship. The tea canisters are carefully molded and painted by hand one by one, and unlike ordinary printed canisters, they have a rich color and a sense of taste. The illustration is by YUYA, a paper cutting artist/illustrator. The simple yet warm style of the work adds color to your life. The seagulls and sun, which are also the logo of HIYORI WASANBON, have become a wonderful illustration.

*Due to the nature of handmade painted canisters, there may be some scratches or chips on the print. Please note that there may also be some paint blown into the gap between the lid and the body.

Seagull: Plain
Rose: Plain & Sudachi
Sun: Setouchi Lemon
Kakuzatou: Plain (Sanuki Wasanbon & Awa Wasanbon)
Guitar and Beans: Plain & Mocha

We asked crafters from all over Japan to create craft items to brighten up your daily life. The "h" engraved with each technique is slightly different, so it's lovable. We deliver products that you will want to use and cherish for a long time to come.

Tea can size: φ7.5cm x 8cm
Internal capacity single items
Raw materials
Wasanbon sugar: Japan (Kagawa Prefecture, Tokushima Prefecture)
Expiry date 3 months or more
Preservation method Please avoid direct sunlight and hot and humid places.
Please enjoy as soon as possible after opening.

Product handling method
Product handling instructions Do not wash with water as moisture may cause rust. If it gets dirty, wipe it with a soft cloth and dry it thoroughly before using.

◯Kato Seisakusho / Long-established tea canister manufacturer
Kato Seisakusho, located in Asakusabashi, Tokyo, has a history of over 120 years as a manufacturer of tea canisters, coffee cans, and confectionery cans. With a desire to continue to protect Japanese quality, they carefully hand-make each product using traditional methods. They are also working on researching new technologies to meet changing demands as the times change.

Each container is handcrafted by skilled craftsmen, from cutting a single piece of tinplate to shaping. It achieves an outstanding airtightness and features a beautiful, flat shape with no bumps or unevenness at the boundary between the lid and the body.

Each can is placed on the potter's wheel and the paint is sprayed evenly to avoid uneven coloring.

◯YUYA / Papercut Artist and Illustrator
Graduated from the Department of Architecture at Musashino Art University. He started papercutting on his own while working as an office worker, and began his career as an artist in 2007. He has held numerous solo exhibitions, "Chokin Kirie Exhibitions," around the country, and presented his work. His work is simple, yet modern, with warm traces of the hand, and he aims to create familiar art that can be enjoyed in everyday life. He works on a wide range of illustrations and artwork for magazines, books, logos, packages, CD covers, and more, as well as product design. He runs Atelier Folk in Nakano, Tokyo.

◯Wasanbon for a slightly better day
All of Hiyori Seisakusho's dried sweets are made from hand-carved wooden confectionery molds and hand-made wasanbon sugar. With its gentle sweetness and elegant taste, it melts smoothly in your mouth, which is unique to wasanbon sugar. May every day be a slightly better day. It goes well with any occasion and any drink.