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KANORYU CO.,LTD

Address Ri-410 Yamanakaonnsen , haseda-machi Kaga-shi Ishikawa, JAPAN ZIP:922-0103
Representative Name Nobukiyo Kano
Annual Revenue closed
No. of Employees 10
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I like the atmosphere of wood, but, hand washing is a hassle.
We have given shape to what we wish we could have.
Yamanaka Lacquerware's craftsmen carefully finished this dish so that it can be washed in a household dishwasher.

CHITOSE [ Chitose ] Meaning "thousand years" or "long years. The gentle form that fits in your hand.
This is a bowl made with a wish that you can use it for a long time.

Delivered with a lacquer coating that brings out the grain of the wood.
The gentle form that fits comfortably in your hand makes it easy to hold and use.
The wooden soup bowls do not get hot, making them safe to use for small children and the elderly.
Please use it for miso soup, soup, and other daily meals.   

[Colors]
Black Suri Urushi* This product is finished in black using a technique called "Suri Urushi".
Suri-urushi is one of the lacquer painting techniques. The lacquer is applied to the wood in a thin layer to bring out the beauty of the grain of the wood. It is also called "fuki urushi" (wiping lacquer).

[Wood introduction]
Sen - *Sen is used for the base material.
The wood is rather light and soft, easy to work, and has a beautiful grain on the finished surface.
It is characterized by its clear grain.
It has a gentle light yellowish-white color.

[About Yamanaka Lacquer Ware*]]

There are three lacquerware production centers in Ishikawa Prefecture: Yamanaka (for wood), Wajima (for lacquer), and Kanazawa (for maki-e).
As the name suggests, Yamanaka lacquerware boasts a level of perfection in ground wood that is unrivaled in the country.
The origin of Yamanaka lacquerware dates back to the Tensho period (1570-1592).
A group of woodcutters with a letter of permission to cut down forests in various countries migrated to a village called Masago, 20 km upstream from Yamanaka Onsen in present-day Kaga City.
A group of mokijishi (woodcutters) with a permit to cut down forests in various countries migrated to the village of Masago, 20 km upstream from Yamanaka Onsen in Kaga.
Later, maki-e makers such as Yuzo Aizuya, Heibei Minoya, and
The foundation for the current development of Yamanaka lacquerware was laid by the efforts of master craftsmen such as Yuzo Aizuya, Heibei Minoya, and Ryotaro Chikushiro.  

The unique shape of Yamanaka Lacquer Ware is also our original.

The box contains one piece, which is easy to use as a gift.

The color may differ slightly from the actual one in the photo.
Please understand in advance.

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Original (Japanese)

SD item code:10483591

Detail Price & Quantity
S1
[Dishwasher] Chitose bowl, Co, black slip
〈食洗〉ちとせ椀 Co 黒摺り
JAN:4510775500316
JAN:4510775500316

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Details
Item added on: 2022/7/8
Dimensions
Approx. φ11.4 x 6.8 cm (diameter x height)
Specifications
Country of manufacture: Japan
Material / component: Type of substrate: Natural wood
Type of surface coating: Lacquer coating (Prevent coat)
Package: Individual box
Product tag: None

Description

I like the atmosphere of wood, but, hand washing is a hassle.
We have given shape to what we wish we could have.
Yamanaka Lacquerware's craftsmen carefully finished this dish so that it can be washed in a household dishwasher.

CHITOSE [ Chitose ] Meaning "thousand years" or "long years. The gentle form that fits in your hand.
This is a bowl made with a wish that you can use it for a long time.

Delivered with a lacquer coating that brings out the grain of the wood.
The gentle form that fits comfortably in your hand makes it easy to hold and use.
The wooden soup bowls do not get hot, making them safe to use for small children and the elderly.
Please use it for miso soup, soup, and other daily meals.   

[Colors]
Black Suri Urushi* This product is finished in black using a technique called "Suri Urushi".
Suri-urushi is one of the lacquer painting techniques. The lacquer is applied to the wood in a thin layer to bring out the beauty of the grain of the wood. It is also called "fuki urushi" (wiping lacquer).

[Wood introduction]
Sen - *Sen is used for the base material.
The wood is rather light and soft, easy to work, and has a beautiful grain on the finished surface.
It is characterized by its clear grain.
It has a gentle light yellowish-white color.

[About Yamanaka Lacquer Ware*]]

There are three lacquerware production centers in Ishikawa Prefecture: Yamanaka (for wood), Wajima (for lacquer), and Kanazawa (for maki-e).
As the name suggests, Yamanaka lacquerware boasts a level of perfection in ground wood that is unrivaled in the country.
The origin of Yamanaka lacquerware dates back to the Tensho period (1570-1592).
A group of woodcutters with a letter of permission to cut down forests in various countries migrated to a village called Masago, 20 km upstream from Yamanaka Onsen in present-day Kaga City.
A group of mokijishi (woodcutters) with a permit to cut down forests in various countries migrated to the village of Masago, 20 km upstream from Yamanaka Onsen in Kaga.
Later, maki-e makers such as Yuzo Aizuya, Heibei Minoya, and
The foundation for the current development of Yamanaka lacquerware was laid by the efforts of master craftsmen such as Yuzo Aizuya, Heibei Minoya, and Ryotaro Chikushiro.  

The unique shape of Yamanaka Lacquer Ware is also our original.

The box contains one piece, which is easy to use as a gift.

The color may differ slightly from the actual one in the photo.
Please understand in advance.

Translated by Google Translation

Original (Japanese)

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Air Mail From Sep.5th to Sep.7th
EMS From Sep.2nd to Sep.7th
Pantos Express From Sep.6th to Sep.9th
DHL From Sep.2nd to Sep.6th
UPS From Sep.2nd to Sep.6th
FedEx From Sep.2nd to Sep.6th
*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.

Oven*Microwave safe

[About the grain pattern] Chitose bowls are made using the "horizontal grain" method.
Please note that the grain (horizontally or vertically) may vary from product to product.

Please do not place the product in direct sunlight, direct air conditioning, in a humid place, or near a hot microwave. Doing so may cause fading, distortion, deformation, or cracking.
Please note that pouring boiling water close to 100 degrees Celsius into the pot may cause distortion.

After use, do not soak the product in boiling water or leave it in water for an extended period of time. Wash gently with water or lukewarm water using a soft cloth or sponge and avoid excessive scrubbing. Avoid excessive scrubbing, which may cause the coating to peel off. Dishwashing detergent may be used, but be careful not to use cleansers, etc., as they may scratch the surface.

About knots and stains on natural wood
Since all of our products are made of natural wood, some products may have some scratches, stains, or grain patterns that may be severe.
These may look like stains, but they are inevitable because natural wood is used as it is.
Please understand that these are characteristics of natural wood and will be delivered as good quality.

Cautions for use
If you are concerned about the smell of the paint, take it out of the box and leave it in a well-ventilated place for a few days.
When using it for the first time, please do not put hot food in it suddenly, but pour lukewarm water into it first and then spill it for 2 to 3 minutes to let it acclimate.

*If you order products with different delivery dates
If you wish to ship together, please let us know when you place your order.
If you do not notify us, we will ship the items with the earliest delivery date first. In this case, shipping charges will apply for each shipment.

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Original (Japanese)

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