Yobitsugi (one of Kintsugi metods) bowl, Muromachi-era (1392-1493) tea bowl + new stripe ceramic
Kintsugi kit (Kuroko): Total 24 items, such as Joboji urushi, manual, and others
Kintsugi (Japanese: golden joinery) is the Japanese art of fixing broken pottery with a urushi lacquer resin sprinkled with powdered gold, silver, and others. Kintsugi may have originated when shogun Ashikaga Yoshimasa sent a damaged Chinese tea bowl back to China for repairs in the late 15th century. When it was returned repaired with ugly metal staples, it may have prompted Japanese craftsmen to look for a more aesthetic means of repair. Collectors became so enamored of the new art that some were accused of deliberately smashing valuable pottery so it could be repaired with the gold seams of kintsugi. Kintsugi became closely associated with the ceramic utensils used for Japanese tea ceremony.