Japanese Tea Table (DIY Project Download)

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The inspiration for our Japanese Tea Table is a traditional table called a Kotatsu which appeared in many older Japanese homes that had no central heating system. These beautiful tins are covered with decorative Japanese rice paper. Nice quality metal on the inside. Holds about 6-12 ounces of tea and features a second plastic lid inside to ensure greater freshness. Custom wood side table made in american walnut. Japanese Tea Table. Crafts Furniture Design Industrial Design. 57. 1. 0. Eric Munoz Houston, TX, USA. To Tsai, Athens Picture: Our new logo. Based on the japanese tea table – Check out TripAdvisor members’ 47541 candid photos and videos.

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