Wazakura Tokoname Rectangular Glazed Bonsai Pot 5.3"(135 mm)
Size: L 5.31 x W 3.93 x H 2.95 inch (135 x 100 x 75 mm)
Weight: 16.75oz (475g)
Material: Ceramic, Paint
Origin: Tokoname, Aichi prefecture
【Made in Japan】
Real Japanese bonsai pots handmade by the artisans of Tokoname in Aichi Prefecture. Tokoname is one of the oldest pottery producing places in Japan (Six Ancient Kilns) and specializes in tea ware, bonsai pots and flower vases.
【Which Trees/Plants is this for?】
It is generally used for groups of plants and trees and wild flowers. The bonsai tree should be twice as high as the pot. Due to its color, the airy clay and the thin ceramic, it is a good bonsai pot for conifers, deciduous trees, literary bonsai, creative compositions delicate trees and flowering trees. Also recommended as a cactus or succulent planter and houseplant container for your garden.
Rectangular bowl with a beautiful and shiny green glaze in one corner. Thanks to the firing process, Tokoname ware pots are less likely to crack when temperature changes. Also, with 1 large hole for drainage and 2 small holes for wires, it's great bonsai pot for repotting and training trees.
Bonsai for Beginners: How to Repot a Bonsai Tree
In today's bonsai for beginners lesson, our collaborator Yusuke Ogawa explains how to repot a juniper bonsai tree, one of the most common trees among bonsai beginners.
Yusuke Ogawa, Wazakura Japan's resident Japanese bonsai artist, discuss how repotting a bonsai the right way will contribute to your little tree's success rate and health. He gives tips on what to consider when placing the tree in the new pot, the best way to secure the tree, how to prune the roots and how to pack the new soil... All you need to know for proper bonsai repotting care!
WAZAKURA JAPAN TOOLS USED IN THIS VIDEO
Bonsai Tools from Wazakura Japan:
・Aluminum Bonsai Wire
・Copper Bonsai Wire
・Bonsai Jin Pliers
・Bonsai Wire Cutter
・Tweezers with Root Rake (part of Tool Starter Kit)
・Ashinaga Bonsai Scissors
Other bonsai tools: