NAGAYUNOMI are taller cylindrical cups normally used for oneself or family members for serving tea after a meal. Each family member will have a cup in a different design for their own personal use. Cups are never shared and inadvertently using someone else's cup could lead to a family feud!
Hahaha, I can SO find myself in that!
I always refused to share things when I was still living with my family.
With my husband I drink from the same glass and eat with the same spoon without even a second thought
Amaranto, from what I've seen on O-Cha (yes, they still have the cup
) it is just made from a different type of clay, but in Arita. *Edit: I think I misread your sentence a little. You're right about the stone-/earthenware.* I'd love to see more Arita-yaki that is made with a different clay.