Koishiwara ware




Koishiwara Ware Made in Toho Village, Fukuoka Prefecture


The production of Koishiwara ware began as Fukuoka domain's third feudal lord, Kuroda Mitsuyuki invited potters from Imari to Fukuoka in the 17th century and started a kiln-equipped pottery workshop.

Techniques such as tobikanna and hakeme were brought from Koishiwara to Onta. Thus, Fukuoka's Koishiwara ware and Oita's Onta ware are considered as sister wares.

How about some beautiful dishes with tobikanna and hakeme on your everyday dinner table?





I am so happy with my products, they are exactly what I wanted and arrived safely. Well packed so nothing was damaged. Great service from you all, I will definitely shop with you again. Thank you so much.
G.F. from South Africa

I have loved all the products I have received. The copper kettle arrived in perfect condition and I have enjoyed using it over the past few weeks. It is developing a wonderful patina, and makes tea time a joy. It looks beautiful on the straw pot stand too! The peeler is fantastic! It slices so thinly and without any resistance. You can get gauze-thin cuts of your vegetables, I also love how it is refillable. I will have to order the other peelers in the future. The Koishiwara ware small plates are fantastic for holding small side dishes. Thank you again! I love your store.
J.L. from Australia

It was perfect! Everything was beautiful, thank you so much! We were very very happy with the purchase. We will definitely come back again! Thank you!
S.L. from USA

I have received the products what I have ordered yesterday. The quality of the products are great, I love what I have purchased. Thank you for your caring services and the beautiful products. I am looking forward to shopping at your online store again and I will recommend your shop to my friends and relatives.
W.W. from China




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Deep Plate



Yakumizara L

Teacup S

Koishiwara ware
Tobikanna Mamezara Recommended

With its high rim, it is ideal for gyoza sauce.

Size: About Ø10xH2.2cm
Material: Pottery

Price: 1,000 JPY

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Moderato Mug

Customer's Photo

Koishiwara ware
Tobikanna Sansunzara

It can be used as a serving dish, a condiment dish, or a snack dish.

Size: About Ø10.5xH2.4cm
Material: Pottery

Price: 1,000 JPY

Quantity
*This is a discontinued product and is sold while supplies last, so we recommend ordering as soon as possible.







Onigiri Iron Plate

Spice Mill


Akebia Plate



Pressed Sushi Box

Koishiwara ware
Hakeme Sansunzara

It can be used as a serving dish, a condiment dish, or a snack dish.

Size: About Ø10.5xH2.4cm
Material: Pottery

Price: 1,000 JPY

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Plate
 

Koishiwara ware
Tobikanna Mamekobachi

It can also be used as a sake cup (guinomi).

Size: About Ø8.5xH3.6cm
Material: Pottery

Price: 1,000 JPY

Quantity
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Never Never Pack

Koishiwara ware
Hakeme Mamekobachi

It can also be used as a sake cup (guinomi).

Size: About Ø8.5xH3.6cm
Material: Pottery

Price: 1,000 JPY

Quantity
End of Sale





Koishiwara ware

The production of Koishiwara ware began as Fukuoka domain's third feudal lord, Mitsuyuki Kuroda invited potters from Imari to Fukuoka in the 17th century. Techniques such as tobikanna and hakeme were brought from Koishiwara ware to Onta ware. Thus, Fukuoka's Koishiwara ware and Oita's Onta ware are considered as sister wares.





Koishiwara ware
Plate/Bowl

1,000 JPY




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