Takatoriyaki Matcha Cups - Aofuji Glaze Made From Thatch Ash

A project in Toho-mura, Japan by Takatoriyaki Souke

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Created New Dishes With a Glaze Made Using Recycled Old Thatch Taken From Traditional Japanese Kayabuki Roofs
Backers: 24
Average Pledge Per Backer: ¥17265

Funded: ¥414,352 of ¥100,000
Dates: Nov 24th -> Dec 26th (33 days)
Project By: Takatoriyaki Souke
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