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KOMANEKO Small Dish

Inspired by the Imari porcelain exported to Europe in the early Meiji period, Koma-neko consists of tatara dishes with raised-character seals. Two cats form a pair, one with its mouth open and the other closed, in a playful twist on the more well-known koma-inu, the name of lion-dog statues traditionally placed at shrines to ward off evil spirits.

Color

Pale Yellow | Deep Beige | Light Baby Blue | White Porcelain | Willow Leaf Green

Price
¥ 1,600
Size

approximately w10×d8×h1cm

Material

porcelain

Maker

raku pottery

Made In

hasami

Additional Information
Dishwasher and microwave safe. The thickness and shape of each plate may differ as all tatara plates are molded by hand.

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Komaneko

Inspired by the Imari porcelain exported to Europe in the early Meiji period, Komaneko consists of tatara dishes with raised-character seals. Two cats form a pair, one with its mouth open and the other closed, in a playful twist on the more well-known komainu, the name of lion dog statues traditionally placed at shrines to ward off evil spirits.