Counted as one of the Six Ancient Kilns in Japan, it is a Bizen ware with a 1000-year history.
Created without glazing, utilizing local potter's clay for soil making and 10 tons of Japanese red pine's split wood for a 10-days-long burning in a kiln after molding with potter's wheel.
It is natural and traditional pottery created with precious materials and a long time.
This item is usually shipped in 3 business days. If out of stock, we will inform you of the estimated shipping date.
A plate with a hidasuki pattern made of lemongrass. When laying out the plates in a climbing kiln, they are surrounded with bricks and placed away from the fire, so that the plates do not turn entirely dark and users can enjoy the unique colors and patterns created by the burned lemongrass that is rolled around each plate. Its size is suitable to serve curry rice and fried rice. It is also deep enough to hold pasta soup. It is also recommended for restaurants. Appeared in a commercial for Hebel Haus
Size: About Ø187xH34cm
Weight: About 400g
Unavailable: Microwave/Oven/Fire/Hot Water
*Its size, coloration, and pattern may vary. We kindly ask for your understanding.
*There may be some rattling or distortion.
Price: 5,000 JPY
Established in 1947 by Ichiyou Kimura, who was a second son of the 13th generation of Kimura family, one of the six family groups who monopolistically owned the largest pottery production centers of Bizen ware throughout the Edo period. Ichiyougama was established as Ichiyou Kimura set up a branch family. Ichiyougama owns a workshop and a kiln in the premises. Bizen City has the oldest potteries in Japan.