Import Scratching Dropping Prime bowl 25 cm "Tokoname ware" from Japan at wholesale prices

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Yokohama Ceramiche Co., Ltd.

Address onoetyousukaibiru2F Onoetyou 6-89 Yokohama-shi Naka-ku Kanagawa, JAPAN ZIP:231-0015
Representative Name Tatsushi Umehara
Annual Revenue JPY 160,000,000
No. of Employees 4
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Tokonameyaki was born in Tokoname City, Aichi Prefecture, at the end of the Heian period (794-1192) and has a history of 1,000 years. The city of Tokoname is blessed with high quality clay and trade on a peninsula surrounded by the sea.

The tableware is handmade by Kagama* Takahisa Hisada, a leading potter in Tokoname ware. The calm and deep rim complements the dishes.

[About the process]
Made using the stony clay of Tokoname. The pot is shaped by a craftsman's wheel. The design is characterized by the surface grains and the shading of the glaze pools, which are left rough during the process of filtering the mud to give it a unique flavor. This pottery is made primarily from coarse-grained clay, known as domono. The calm and deep rim is accented with lines carved by hand, one by one, using the scraping-off technique. The glaze of Oribe, which is rare in Tokoname ware, is reflected in this vessel, which expresses the unique texture of Takahisa, who was born in Tokoname to a bonsai pot potter and also studied pottery making in Seto.

SD item code:10281996

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Kajo, Oribe glazed scraped-off serving bowl, approx. 25 cm in diameter
佳窯 織部釉掻き落とし 盛り鉢 約径25cm
JAN:4560376066261
JAN:4560376066261

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Item added on: 2022/5/16
Dimensions
Size: 25 cm (diameter) X 5 cm (height)
Volume: 1200ml
Weight: 520g
Specifications
Country of manufacture: Japan
Material / component: Material:Ceramic
Package: individual packaging
Year of manufacture: 2021
Product tag: None

Description

Tokonameyaki was born in Tokoname City, Aichi Prefecture, at the end of the Heian period (794-1192) and has a history of 1,000 years. The city of Tokoname is blessed with high quality clay and trade on a peninsula surrounded by the sea.

The tableware is handmade by Kagama* Takahisa Hisada, a leading potter in Tokoname ware. The calm and deep rim complements the dishes.

[About the process]
Made using the stony clay of Tokoname. The pot is shaped by a craftsman's wheel. The design is characterized by the surface grains and the shading of the glaze pools, which are left rough during the process of filtering the mud to give it a unique flavor. This pottery is made primarily from coarse-grained clay, known as domono. The calm and deep rim is accented with lines carved by hand, one by one, using the scraping-off technique. The glaze of Oribe, which is rare in Tokoname ware, is reflected in this vessel, which expresses the unique texture of Takahisa, who was born in Tokoname to a bonsai pot potter and also studied pottery making in Seto.

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*The images are for illustrative purposes only. Actual colors may differ slightly depending on the environment in which the product is viewed.
*Due to the nature of the product, there may be differences in size, weight, etc.
*Since we share inventory with other websites, quantities may vary.
*This product has a cracked pattern called "Kan-in". This is characteristic of ceramics and is not a crack or break.
*The unglazed underside of the bowl has a slight roughness to it. Please be careful not to scratch the table if you drag it when using it. To prevent scratches, we recommend that you place a luncheon mat or similar item on the table.
*Oribe glaze is a characteristic of the glaze, and purple glaze may form on the bottom of the vessel. Please understand that the shading may appear due to the characteristics of the glaze, but it is a unique taste of the ceramic ware.
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