Morimura was the name for the china that is now called Noritaki. The set contains a 2-handled covered sugar, an open dragon spout creamer and a covered dragon spout tea pot. There are six plates, six saucers and five cups. The set is hand painted and uses a thin moriage pattern through out. The tea pot measures 6″H without the cover and 6″ W with tapering towards the top; the creamer measures 4″ H x 4″ W at the bottom ; the sugar measures 4″ H without the cover and 4″ W at the bottom; the saucers measure 6″ wide and the plates measure 7 1/4″ in diameter. The colors are blue, gold, green, orange and white on a reddish-brown background. The set is signed on the bottom and looks unused or barely used.