Mountain Tea. More Japanese a teapot can hardly be. Harald Slott-Møller was obviously inspired by the beautiful Japanese scenery, when he designed this teapot in 1898 for A. Michelsen’s silversmiths. The pitcher stands today at the Design Museum Denmark and is a fine example of the early Japonism influence on Danish crafts.
The weather is gradually getting warmer and warmer in Hokkaido. Here in Higashimokoto Shiazakura Park, you can enjoy the great view of moss phlox field. Beside the day view, light-up is also beautiful! (Photo offered by Higashimokoto Shiazakura Park) More info:http://www.shibazakura.net/index.html