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15cm Plate White|Tomo Enokida, Enokida gama

15cm Plate White|Tomo Enokida, Enokida gama

Regular price ¥1,980(税込)
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Taste unique to handicrafts

Enokida kiln pottery made using Mashiko soil and traditional glaze. Because each piece is made by hand, the natural fluctuations and flexures in the shape give a sense of taste and depth that cannot be expressed with mass-produced items.

Satoshi Enokida's plate has a lovely rustic texture.

White that conveys the warmth of the earth

A lovely milky white sugar glaze with a rustic and soft texture. In addition, because it is baked using a reduction firing method, it has a richly flavored finish. The iron powder (black spots) that appear when the iron contained in the clay reacts during firing also gives you a sense of the warmth of the clay.

Satoshi Enokida's plate with a soft white flavor

Easy-to-use shape

The depth is approximately 2.7 cm, so you can safely serve even slightly juicy foods. It has a moderate weight and thickness, and a slightly textured rim that makes it easy to hold and use, making it useful.

Satoshi Enokida's serving plates that highlight the food he has plated

Great for serving a la carte dishes.

The deep plate is about 15 cm in diameter, so it is perfect for serving juicy fried tofu, boiled eggplant, stewed pumpkin, potato salad, etc. It's also a good idea to put Japanese sweets such as Kuzukiri and warabi mochi on top.

Satoshi Enokida's utensils will enrich your dining table.
A plate made by Satoshi Enokida of Enokida kiln with traditional Mashiko glaze.

Because each piece is handmade, there are individual differences in color, shape, size, weight, glaze unevenness, glaze pools, and glaze shrinkage. In addition, there may be differences in the degree of glaze application, fading, pinholes, and iron powder (sunspots), but this does not cause any problems with use. Please enjoy the unique expression that can only be achieved by handmade products. Although you cannot choose which item you receive, we hope that you will look forward to receiving it. If you are interested, please feel free to contact us before shipping and we will email you a separate photo.

(February 2024: Price changes have been made.)

◆◆ List of Satoshi Enokida's utensils ◆◆

Product Details

Producing area Japan
material pottery

Diameter: approx. 14.8-15.5 cm
Height: Approx. 3.5-3.8cm
Weight: approx. 206-244 g


Microwave oven: OK (warming level)
Dishwasher: Not allowed Oven: Not allowed Open flame: Not allowed

ENOKIDA Tomo (Enokida-gama)
1979 Born in Osaka
2013 Graduated from Tochigi Prefecture Ceramics Technical Support Center Training Department
Pottery made at Enokida kiln
2015 Tochigi Prefectural Art Exhibition Category Encouragement Award
2016 Tochigi Prefectural Art Exhibition Category Encouragement Award
2018 Tochigi Prefectural Art Exhibition Category Encouragement Award
2020 Japan Folk Crafts Museum Exhibition Semi-selected

Understanding about “Utsuwa”
〇As each item is handmade, there may be individual differences in color, shape, pattern, size, thickness, weight, etc. Also, even with the same glaze or clay, uneven colors and shading will appear.
〇As each piece is hand-painted, the expression may vary.
〇Due to the manufacturing process, small holes, small black spots, line scratches, protrusions, pinholes, wobbles, and distortions may be seen depending on the product.
〇Product images are processed to be as close to the actual color as possible, but the color and texture may appear different depending on the display screen of your computer or smartphone.
〇At our store, we deliver products that have not only been inspected by the manufacturer, pottery, and artist, but also passed a final inspection at our store.
〇Product photos are sample photos, so the items you receive will not be the same in every detail.
〇We do not accept returns or exchanges due to customer convenience. Please understand and understand this before purchasing.
〇We would be happy if you could enjoy the ``taste'' and ``interest'' that are unique to handmade products that cannot be found in factory mass-produced products!

Recommended care methods from Enokida Kiln
〇Before using it for the first time, soak it in rice water for about 10 to 30 minutes. (eye stopper)
〇After using it, wash it well and dry it thoroughly so that no salty air remains.
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