Import With Lid Cocotte Pebbles 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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Koishiwara Pottery has a history of about 350 years, dating back to the early Edo period, and was the first pottery in Japan to be designated as a traditional craft. In Asakura-gun, Fukuoka Prefecture, Higashimine Village (formerly Koishiwara Village), surrounded by mountains and rich in nature, pottery has flourished since ancient times, and mainly miscellaneous daily utensils have been produced while carefully carrying on traditional techniques. The traditional Koishiwara pottery technique of "tobikanna," in which a geometric pattern is manually carved with the edge of a plane while turning a pot on a wheel made of freshly-dried red clay covered with white glaze, is a representative traditional Koishiwara pottery technique.

The simple design of the planes looks uniform, but the rustic and warm atmosphere is wonderful. We hope you will enjoy these vessels with the "beauty of use" that has been handed down for a long time.

The popular cocotte. It has a lid and can be used to fry an egg in a microwave oven in about a minute. It is deep enough to hold mini stews, soups, and seasonal fruits.

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SD item code:10395053

Detail Price & Quantity
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Cocotte with lid
飛びかんな 蓋付ココット

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Details
Item added on: 2022/5/25
Dimensions
Dimensions: Φ11 x H5cm (H10 with lid)
Weight: approx. 378g
Specifications
Country of manufacture: Japan
Material / component: Pottery
Package: Individual Packaging
Year of manufacture: 2021
Product tag: None

Description

Koishiwara Pottery has a history of about 350 years, dating back to the early Edo period, and was the first pottery in Japan to be designated as a traditional craft. In Asakura-gun, Fukuoka Prefecture, Higashimine Village (formerly Koishiwara Village), surrounded by mountains and rich in nature, pottery has flourished since ancient times, and mainly miscellaneous daily utensils have been produced while carefully carrying on traditional techniques. The traditional Koishiwara pottery technique of "tobikanna," in which a geometric pattern is manually carved with the edge of a plane while turning a pot on a wheel made of freshly-dried red clay covered with white glaze, is a representative traditional Koishiwara pottery technique.

The simple design of the planes looks uniform, but the rustic and warm atmosphere is wonderful. We hope you will enjoy these vessels with the "beauty of use" that has been handed down for a long time.

The popular cocotte. It has a lid and can be used to fry an egg in a microwave oven in about a minute. It is deep enough to hold mini stews, soups, and seasonal fruits.

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Sea Mail From Nov.8th to Jan.13th
Air Mail From Oct.20th to Oct.24th
EMS From Oct.19th to Oct.24th
Pantos Express From Oct.21st to Oct.26th
DHL From Oct.19th to Oct.21st
UPS From Oct.19th to Oct.21st
FedEx From Oct.19th to Oct.21st
*Some delivery methods may not be available depending on the product or the weight.
*UPS and the UPS logo are trademarks that are used with permission by the owner, United Parcel Service of America, Inc. All rights reserved.
Notes

Some trading conditions may be applicable only in Japan.

*The images are for illustrative purposes only. Actual colors may differ slightly depending on your viewing environment.
*Due to the nature of the product, there may be differences in size, weight, etc.
*Because we share inventory with other websites, quantities may vary.
*About shipping items with different delivery dates
If you have ordered items with different delivery dates, please contact us in advance if you wish to have them shipped separately or as soon as they are all available.
However, shipping charges will be billed according to the amount of each shipment.
*About shipping companies
Except in some areas, delivery is made by Fukuyama Express in principle. You cannot specify the shipping company.
*If you are in a hurry, please feel free to contact us (only on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays). If you have any other questions, please feel free to contact us.

*Microwave OK *Dishwasher OK
*Because of the handmade nature of this product, it may not be the same as machine-made products, and there may be variations in the color and pattern of each piece, as well as dimensional errors.

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