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Goya Kazumoto

Photo Mug (frost2)

Photo Mug (frost2)

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This is an original mug that uses photographs taken by Kazumoto Kazutsugu in various parts of Japan.

This photo was taken in Kumamoto prefecture's Aso caldera, which is one of the largest in the world, measuring 18km from east to west and 25km from north to south.

It is also famous for the sea of ​​clouds that appears in spring and autumn, when there is a large temperature difference, and is frequently visited by representatives.

A beautiful sea of ​​clouds hangs on this day as well.

In this work, frosted glass was used to make the most of the cloudy scenery.

Other works use glasses made of materials that match the photos, so please take a look.

Handling Precautions

  • When using for the first time, wash thoroughly with a neutral detergent.
  • Not heat-resistant glass. Avoid sudden temperature changes. Do not use microwave or dishwasher.
  • Sponges containing abrasives, metal scrubbers, cleansers, etc. may damage the main unit.
  • If cracks, chips, cracks, etc. are found, please stop using it immediately.
  • Please dispose of damaged tableware promptly according to the disposal standards designated by the region.
  • The use of dishwashers, metal scrubbing brushes, and abrasives can also cause the print to come off.
  • Do not use this product for anything other than its intended purpose.
  • Please avoid using the oven by heating it directly with fire.
  • Do not use volatile benzine or thinner.

The same photo as the sample will be used for the product to be delivered, but there may be some changes in the cutout part of the photo.

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