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This deep dish is the perfect vessel for curries, pastas, or Nagasaki’s famous Turkish Rice—if you’re feeling adventurous.


Price¥ 3,000
Size

φ22.5×H4.3cm

Material

Pottery

Maker

Rizaemon Kiln

Area

Hasami



Additional Information

Dishwasher and microwave safe.


This series is characterized by a rustic simplicity with its distinctive shape and traditional hand-painted tokusa patterns. Tokusa refers to a vertical stripe pattern that has its roots in the Japanese word for the horsetail grass, a plant known for its skyward growth. The pattern has been long loved since the Edo period as a symbol of success and prosperity. This series exudes warmth in its sandy, iron-heavy body and rusty underglaze, each stroke lovingly hand-painted by Hasami artisans.