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Small urn rust lattice|Arita ware Dainichi kiln

Small urn rust lattice|Arita ware Dainichi kiln

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Fluffy and cute lattice pattern

Gosu with a gentle texture that is carefully drawn and rust-colored grid lines. All the paintings are hand-painted, so each one has a different expression, and just looking at it will soften your heart.

Arita porcelain Dainichi kiln small jars that are healed by the gentle lattice lines of rust and gosu

I can feel the warmth

Simple shapes and simple patterns based on early Imari. The glaze, gosu, and red painting are made in-house using traditional methods. Since natural raw materials are used, the pale gosu color and the soft white that is not pure white give a warm feeling.

Arita ware Dainichi kiln small jar of just the right size to fit in the refrigerator

Good size to fit in refrigerator

With a diameter of about 10.5 cm and a height of about 11 cm, it is a good size that does not get in the way even when placed in a refrigerator. It has a smooth texture and a gentle and smooth touch. The round shape is also adorable, so it seems that you will always put it on the table.

Arita porcelain Dainichi kiln small jars perfect for pickled plums and pickled shallots

Having a pot makes it so much fun

If you put pickled plums, pickled shallots, pickled ginger, etc. in such a cute pot and put them on the dining table, you will naturally reach out for them. You can add seasonings such as miso, sugar, and salt, or sweets such as candies and caramel.

Arita ware Dainichi kiln's rust lattice small jars add color to the dining table
Arita ware Dainichi kiln small jar with small flowers and lattice pattern

Because each piece is handmade, there are individual differences such as color, shape, size, weight, uneven coloring, uneven firing, uneven glaze, glaze pools, and subtle differences in design . In addition, there may be differences in the degree of glaze, faintness, and iron powder (black spots), but there is no problem with use. Please enjoy it as a unique expression unique to handmade. You can't choose which item you receive, but we hope you'll look forward to it until it arrives. If you are interested, please contact us before shipping and we will email you a separate photo, so please feel free to contact us.

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Product Details

Producing area Japan
material porcelain

Diameter: about 10.5cm
Caliber: about 8.5cm
Height: about 11cm
Weight: about 432g
Capacity: about 360ml


Microwave: Yes Dishwasher: Yes Oven: Yes Direct fire: No


1958 Opened the kiln in Arita-cho, Saga Prefecture

Founder Hideo Kubo opened the kiln. The second owner is Toru Kubo and his wife Toshie. Hiroshi Kubo is the third generation owner. Molded by Hiroshi Kubo and painted by his mother, Toshie Kubo

Arita ware

Arita-yaki refers to the porcelain that is fired in Arita-cho, Saga Prefecture and its surrounding areas. Because it was shipped from Imari Port in Saga Prefecture, it is also called Imari or Imari ware. Approximately 400 years ago, in the early 17th century, Korean potter Lee Shuhei and others discovered Mt. Izumi in Arita and succeeded in producing porcelain for the first time in Japan. Arita is considered to be the birthplace of Japanese porcelain. Initially, Arita's Izumiyama pottery stone was used, but when Amakusa pottery stone was discovered in Amakusa, Kumamoto Prefecture in the middle of the 17th century, white, high-quality Amakusa pottery stone became the mainstream of Arita ware. ``Early Imari'' manufactured until the 1640s, the early ``Kokutani style'' of overglaze enamel porcelain that began in 1640, and the 1st Kakiemon succeeded in baking red paintings in the 1940s, and also made use of the white margins of the milky white base. The “Kakiemon style”, which is characterized by its pictorial composition, the gorgeous “ Kinrande ”, which uses gold paint based on sometsuke and red painting, and Nabeshima, which was fired as a gift to the Tokugawa Shogunate. There is "Nabeshima ware" of the clan.

Precautions for use from Dainichigama

〇Because it is baked at 1300℃, it will not crack immediately with a little overheating, but please avoid sudden temperature changes as it may cause cracks.
〇Porcelain bowls do not need to be sealed before use, so you can use them immediately after lightly washing them with dishwashing detergent.
〇 If the bowl becomes dull due to tea stains, etc., rub it with a melamine sponge to clean it.

Understanding of "Utsuwa"
〇Because each product is handmade, there may be individual differences in color, shape, pattern, size, thickness, weight, etc. Also, even with the same glaze and clay, uneven colors and shading will appear.
〇Because the painting is also hand-painted one by one, the expression may differ.
〇 Depending on the product, there may be small holes, small black dots, line scratches, protrusions, pinholes, rattling, or distortion due to the manufacturing process.
〇 We have processed the image of the product so that the color is as close to the real thing as possible, but the color and texture may look different depending on the display screen of your computer or smartphone.
〇In our shop, we not only inspect the manufacturer, pottery, and artist, but also deliver products that have passed the final inspection at our store.
〇 Product photos are sample shots, so the items you receive will not be the same in detail.
〇 We do not accept returns or exchanges due to customer's convenience. Please purchase after understanding and acknowledging this.
〇 We would be happy if you could enjoy the “taste” and “interest” of handmade products that are not found in factory mass-produced products!
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