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Kotobe pattern rice bowl small Hanagaki pattern Red | Tosai kiln Nagato Ceramics Tobe ware

Kotobe pattern rice bowl small Hanagaki pattern Red | Tosai kiln Nagato Ceramics Tobe ware

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A cute pattern that warms your heart

A lovely flower fence pattern is drawn around the vessel, referring to the pattern of old Tobe from the Edo period, which is a representative technique of Tobe ware, "Sometsuke". The pattern is fashionable and cute, with the texture of the good old days fused with modern tastes.

Hanagaki pattern rice bowl from Tobe ware pottery kiln

A gentle red that softens the dining table

A flower fence design with a motif of a fence made of flowering trees. The red of the flower with a fluffy and vague texture is warm. The green color that appears when the glaze reacts gives a warm feeling that is unique to handmade products. In addition, the penetration of the crack pattern enhances the depth of taste.

Hanagaki-mon rice bowl from Tobe-yaki pottery kiln with a beautiful cracked pattern

Kurawanka Bowl

A rice bowl shaped like a large bowl with a high base. "Kurawanka" means "Would you like to eat?" in the dialect of the Kansai region. In the Edo period, Yodogawa merchants who sold food on boats began to make them with a solid shape to prevent food from spilling on the boat. You will be healed by the adorable form.

Hanagaki pattern rice bowl that makes white rice more delicious

You can enjoy the expression of each container

The green color that appears when the glaze reacts, the large and small iron spots that appear when the iron content of the clay reacts during firing, the cracked pattern created by the difference in shrinkage between the base material and the glaze after firing, the size and shape of the hand-painted pattern. , You can feel the warmth and taste of each one because it is handwork, such as subtle differences such as bleeding.

Hanagaki pattern rice bowl from Tobe ware pottery kiln that enriches the dining table

Because it is finished by hand, it is an item with individual differences. Each piece has a different expression, such as the pattern and size, color unevenness, unevenness, shading, pinholes, and iron points. We hope that you will understand in advance that it is a taste unique to handmade products. We deliver products that have passed the quality standards and inspections of the pottery and our shop. 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 semi-porcelain

Diameter: about 11.5cm
Height: about 5.7cm
Weight: about 161-195g


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

Tousaigama Nagato Seitoujo Tousaigama Nagato Seitoujo

It is run by Tetsuya Nagato, Junko Nagato, and Hiromu Nagato in Tobe-cho, Iyo-gun, Ehime Prefecture.

1948 Opened the Kenzan kiln
2003 Changed name from Kenzan kiln to Tosai kiln
Tetsuya Nagato Third generation pottery kiln. A style centered on blue-white porcelain. Pursuing an elegant yet tense form
Junko Nagato We propose a new form of Tobe ware by painting using various techniques.
Hiromu Nagato 4th generation pottery kiln. While valuing traditional techniques, we are working on creative activities with free ideas.

Tobe ware

Ceramics made in Tobe-cho, Iyo-gun, Ehime Prefecture and its surrounding towns. It has a history of about 240 years since it began to be made in the middle of the Edo period. In 1976 , white porcelain, dyed works, celadon, and tenmoku ( iron glaze) were designated as national traditional crafts, and in 2005 , they were designated as intangible cultural properties of Ehime Prefecture. There are about 100 kilns in and around Tobe Town, and Tobe ware is characterized by white porcelain with indigo patterns, thick and plain shapes, and hardness of the material. In addition, the arabesque pattern is cited as a representative design, and other traditional patterns such as the nazuna pattern, the togusa pattern, and the sun pattern are also considered. Today, Tobe ware with new designs is born while inheriting traditional techniques and patterns.

Precautions for use from Tosaigama Nagato Ceramics Co., Ltd.

〇Since the original clay and glaze are used, a pattern-like intrusion appears. If you use it for a long time, stains will appear.

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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