chakoro by “from”

A project in Tokyo, Japan by from

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A Japanese tea incense burner made from recycled ceramic clay that fills the room with a green tea aroma.
Backers: 20
Average Pledge Per Backer: ¥15800

Funded: ¥316,009 of ¥300,000
Dates: Aug 16th -> Sep 30th (45 days)
Project By: from
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Latest News

We have reached our funding goal! Thank you so much!

September 29th - via:
We are happy to announce to all of you who supported chakoro. Thanks to your cooperation, we have reached our goal! It was our first Kickstarter, and we were very anxious, but the warm comments and advice we received from our supporters helped us a... (Read More)

We have reached 90% of our goal! Thank you very much! 30 hours left!

September 28th - via:
With your warm support, we have reached 90%. Thank you very much. We are fighting a last-ditch battle to see if the Kickstarter will succeed, but with 30 hours left, we will share the project's charm with you. We are now discussing the package for... (Read More)

We have achieved 75% support! I will write about my thoughts on green tea.

September 27th - via:
Only two days are left, but we hope you will stay with us until the end.
 We will tell you why we are developing a tea product.
 Hello, I am Yuki Shinohara, the president of nae Inc., which operates from. I have been learning tea ceremony for... (Read More)

New Rewards Added

September 25th - via:
There are only five days left in the crowdfunding campaign. We hope you will enjoy the set with the kukicha, but we have prepared a reward for those who want only the chakoro. If you are interested, please support us. If you have already pledged, we... (Read More)

New prototypes have arrived.

September 21st - via:
We are working on a solution to the problem of the candle cracking when it is held against a candle.

We have found the situation in the glaze since the piece can be maintained without breaking when made without glaze.

 This time, referring... (Read More)

We have achieved 65% support!

September 21st - via:
Thanks to all of you. Thank you very much. ch. We will do our best for the rest of the term By the way, have you heard about chakoro's concept of "Japandi"? Japandi" is a new interior design trend that has been attracting attention mainly in the... (Read More)

Our thoughts on pricing.

September 11th - via:
We want to share with you our thoughts on pricing.  Please read to the end and tell us your thoughts about our project.
 Currently, Japanese ceramics manufacturers are declining year by year. The domestic production of daily-use ceramics has... (Read More)

Carbonized coffee beans being mixed with ceramic clay

September 6th - via:
The chakoro is molded by mixing about 10 percent of the powder, which is made by collecting and carbonizing used coffee beans, into the potter's clay. The appearance of the carbonized coffee beans is interesting, isn't it? We received this image of... (Read More)

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