Little Tokyo! Japanese Food, Fashion, Culture
Fashion in Adelaide
AddressShop 5, 20 Frederick Rd. Adelaide. Adelaide, SA, 5000.
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We donate release gift wrapping and message card for online shopping! Delight note that the color of products might look slightly diverse from the photos. The exterior of the mug has a twisted design which provides an interesting feel. Tender ceramic teapot: designed with lovely irregular organic shape, pink sakura flowers and white frosting finish. Beer cup with unique style: made with beige clay and painted in off white, the upper portion is slightly wider than the bottom. Lovely bowl especially made for making and drinking match tea. Its organic design lies in the abnormal edges and the brushed texture on both internal and exterior of the bowl. The beauty of this ceramic tea cup lies in the simplicity of its level white glaze and desirable gray lines. Pretty mug made with off white clay with a level finish and red sasanqua print. Extravagant mug made with off white clay with a glossy conclude and pansy print in shades of lilac and blue. This perfectly round shaped ceramic mug has feet and lots of style: made with beige clay and painted in black, it has a sand like texture and two interesting beige rectangular details with caramel spirals. Lovely mug made with sand colored clay and a gloomy brown coating with a silvery gray sheen. Set of two cups made with off white clay with a smooth complete and beautiful flower print. This luxurious sake bottle with spout is available in dark brown color with a touch of silver sheen. This pretty sake bottle has an abnormal rim, which gives it an organic feel. Sake bottle made with brown clay molded in anatomic shape. Its instinctive rustic style pairs perfectly with the best bakes. Set of two cups with saucers, made with off white clay with a level complete and lovely flower print. As a result, it has less catechin and therefore very mild astringency. While it is true that some pesticides and fertilizers are removed during tea processing, many of these chemicals are water soluble. Bancha (common tea’): refers to tea leaves harvested during the second and third crops in the summer and autumn. This Sencha was steamed through fukamushi method in which tea leaves are deeply steamed in its initial stage for a longer period. Its tender flavor and low caffeine content make it an ideal after dinner tea. Organic tea is certified organic tea in Japan.