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Soup bowl dot mat|Koishiwarayaki Okina Kamamoto

Soup bowl dot mat|Koishiwarayaki Okina Kamamoto

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beautiful flying plane

A pattern of flying planes engraved rhythmically. Place the potter's clay on the potter's wheel and apply a curved iron plane (using the mainspring part of a mainspring clock) while rotating it to create a regular and beautiful pattern.

A dot-patterned soup bowl from Koishiwarayaki Oumei Kiln that will captivate you with beautiful flying planes on both the inside and outside.

The beautiful flying plane pattern carved on the inside as well as the outside makes you feel the skill of the craftsmanship.

Soup bowl from Koishiwarayaki Oumei Kiln with beautiful rhythmically carved flying planes

the perfection of beauty for

In 1954, Muneyoshi Yanagi, the father of Mingei, and British potter Bernard Leach visited Koishiwara and praised Koishiwara ware as "the perfection of beauty for use." While learning the goodness of the tradition built by our predecessors, it is a wonderful and beautiful vessel that fits modern life and sensibilities.

Soup bowl from Koishiwarayaki Oumei Kiln with soft and cute white glazed clay dots

Adorable white dot pattern

The pottery is made from a glaze that is a unique combination of high-quality soil from the mountains of Koishiwara, ash from straw and wood, and natural ingredients such as feldspar. Cute dots applied with white makeup clay. The calm gray and gentle white that looks like falling snow are a wonderful match.

Soup bowl from Koishiwarayaki Oumei Kiln with a stylish and cute white plaster dot pattern.

Really convenient with many uses

Size of about 13.5 cm in diameter and about 6.5 cm in depth. In addition to soup, it is a versatile and easy-to-use bowl that can be used to serve salads and fruits, breakfast cereals, small bowls such as seafood and three-color bowls, soba noodles and udon noodles.

Dot pattern soup bowl and 15cm small plate from Koishiwarayaki Oumei Kiln to enjoy breakfast and lunch even more

It is also nice to use the separately sold 15 cm small plate as a saucer.
Soup bowls and small plates with dot patterns from Koishiwarayaki Oumei Kiln to make your soup life more fulfilling

Because each item is handmade, there may be individual differences such as color, shape, size, weight, glaze unevenness, glaze pools, glaze drips, and subtle differences in patterns and patterns. In addition, there may be differences in the degree of glaze, faintness, pinholes, 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 pottery

Diameter: about 13.5-13.7cm
Height: about 7cm
Weight: about 253-268 g


Microwave: Allowed to warm Dishwasher: Allowed Oven: Allowed (Avoid sudden temperature changes)
Open fire: no

Oumei Kamamoto
Onimaru Oumei Certified Traditional Craftsman by the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry
1940 Born in Koishiwara Village (now Toho Village), Fukuoka Prefecture
1983 Okina Kiln Open Kiln
Many awards and selections, such as the Japan Folk Art Exhibition, the Japan Folk Art Exhibition, the National Traditional Crafts Exhibition, the West Japan Ceramic Art Exhibition, etc.
Takayuki Onimaru, Regular member of the Japan Kogei Association
1977 Born in Koishiwara Village (now Toho Village), Fukuoka Prefecture
2003 Graduated from Department of Crafts, Faculty of Fine Arts, Tokyo University of the Arts
2009 Started making pottery at Okina Kiln
Many awards and selections, such as Western Traditional Crafts Exhibition, West Japan Ceramic Art Exhibition, International Ceramics Festival Mino, Japan Ceramic Art Exhibition, etc.

Okina Kamamoto's recommended maintenance methods and precautions
You don't need to close your eyes. It seems that matte glaze vessels are easier to penetrate by boiling . You can start using it after washing it quickly.
〇 You can also use the dishwasher, but please be aware that if the plates come into contact with each other, they may chip easily.
〇Be careful not to change the temperature due to rapid heating and cooling, as the plate may crack easily.
〇 The oven can be used, but we do not recommend daily use for commercial use.

Koishiwarayaki Koishiwarayaki
Koishiwara-yaki is a type of pottery made in the Koishiwara district located in the northern part of Toho Village, Asakura-gun, Fukuoka Prefecture. It started in 1669 when Sadamasa Hachinojo (grandchild of Hachizan Takatori, the founder of Takatori ware) found pottery clay in Koishiwara Sarayama and moved there. It is said that in 1682, Mitsuyuki Kuroda, the third feudal lord of the Tsukuzen Fukuoka Domain, began making pottery following the example of Imari, where porcelain production was thriving. Since the establishment of the Kyushu Folk Crafts Association in 1948, Koishiwara ware has become widely known as folk crafts pottery. In 1958, it won the Grand Prix at the World Exposition held in Brussels, Belgium, and attracted attention as "beauty of use." In 1975, it was designated as a traditional craft for the first time as ceramics. The traditional techniques of Koishiwarayaki include “Tobiplane”, “Hakeme”, “Kushime”, and “Uchikake”. More than 350 years later, we continue to challenge new styles while preserving traditional techniques.

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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