Hirachawan is a masterpiece by Mr. Masahiro Mori, who was a representative product designer in Japan, as well as an in-house designer at Hakusan Porcelain. Since there are 100 types of patterns in total, we have chosen the nine most recommendable ones.
Hirachawan's diameter is 3cm greater than that of ordinary rice bowls and makes the rice look beautiful and tasteful. It also looks excellent with simmered dishes and side dishes placed on it. Please try adding them into your everyday dining table.
Thanks for the tracking information. Among the many sellers of Hakusan pottery, your site was the only one offering EMS, a real advantage for the international buyer. The economy shipping method takes nearly a month to arrive. It was also interesting that this bowl is variously described as a rice bowl, as a cup, or as a tea bowl by its sellers. One of my uses is as a cereal bowl. It has a much better shape and size than most such bowls. It feels good to deal with a small company in Kyoto. I collect ceramic tea cups from an artist named Suzuki Tomio who also lives in Kyoto. (Tomio Suzuki just doesn't sound right.) Thanks again for your help in completing a set of these bowls for me.
I have received the three hirachawan pieces in perfect condition. Thanks for the fine effort in protecting these bowls for shipment.
R.B. from USA
This item is usually shipped in 5 business days. If out of stock, we will inform you of the estimated shipping date.
Size: About Ø15xH5.3cm Weight: About 190g Material: Porcelain Production: Hasamicho in Nagasaki Available: Microwave/Dishwasher Unavailable: Oven/Fire
*ST16 has a matt texture and is different from the others.
Price: 3,000 JPY
An old-established company founded in 1779 representing Hasami ware. Hakusan Porcelain's vessel making started off under the policy to produce vessels that are useful and that fit in our lifestyle. Hakusan Porcelain aims to produce vessels that will timelessly be a standard.