In myth, when a fox acquired magical powers, it grew nine tails and became immortal. (The number nine represents longevity). This work is inspired by Utagawa Kuniyoshi’s prints of the Nine-Tailed Fox (which is the guardian deity to Shinto Shrines dedicated to Inari, the God of Rice). The fox’s tails swirl up to the sky and reflect a bright moon, symbolizing a long, full, brilliant future.
| Specification |
◆Manufacturing method: manual + machine
◆Place of Origin: Designed in Taiwan + Made in China
| Thoughtful Features |
1.The Bright glazes are lead free and cadmium free, fired at 1250°C, and meet SGS food containers standards.
2.Some products use Heraeus genuine gold preparation (in a liquid form) from Germany.
It is not electroplated; it will neither rust nor oxidize.
DO NOT MICROWAVE.
Hand wash with soft cloth or sponge is recommended. Please check label at the bottom of the box.