Kaoru Sakai, a writer, says, "I want to express the mysterious charm of overlapping Japan and the West, which were called ``foreign goods'' in the Meiji and Taisho eras." As a part of Japanese food culture, the “individual vessel” is used by a specific person as their own vessel, such as the father's rice bowl. The idea is that you can choose your favorite one and use it as your own vessel for a long time.
We interviewed him at the studio of Ruriame Kobo. from here