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IROHA 16cm Plate


The kurawanka bowl was one of the most common porcelain dishes made in the town of Hasami during the Edo period and was most commonly used by the peasantry. Ceramic producers of the time found resourceful ways to provide the common class with costly porcelain at cheaper prices. Kurawanka dishes are characterized by their simple, gosu blue patterns on grayish porcelain. Its charming patterns, which we have painted in thick, elongated lines, are still just as charming today as they were in the past. We bring the simple, familiar feel of kurawanka bowls to a modern audience with these patterns from the period.


Color

Circle

Flax

Chrysanthemum

Price¥ 1,600
Size

φ15.5×H2.8cm

Material

Porcelain

Maker

Binsai Kiln

Area

Hasami



Additional Information

Dishwasher and microwave safe. Enjoy the unique, handpainted look and feel of each pattern.


The kurawanka bowl was one of the most common porcelain dishes made in the town of Hasami and was most commonly used by the peasantry during the Edo period. Ceramic producers of the time found resourceful ways to provide the common class with costly porcelain at cheaper prices.Kurawanka dishes are characterized by their basic patterns, which we have painted in bold, blue lines against grayish porcelain. We bring the immediately familiar feel of kurawanka bowls to a modern audience with simple patterns from the period that are just as charming today as they were then.