Imari Kinrande 

Introducing a tableware collection inspired by Kinrande style, which itself draws inspiration from old Imari ware. The Kinrande style of Imari ware gained immense popularity as export items between the 18th and 19th centuries. Large vases and plate sets were crafted especially for European royalty and nobility, and these pieces were highly valued as elegant and beautiful additions to their palaces.

The collection features luxurious gold accents, deep shades of red, and elegant blues. Many designs are densely packed with intricate patterns set within balanced, symmetrical compositions. Floral motifs, particularly those of peonies and chrysanthemums, frequently appear. Additionally, mythical creatures like dragons and phoenixes are prominently depicted, symbolizing power and rebirth, respectively, and adding an auspicious touch to these extravagant ceramics.

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Hasami Rinkuro Kiln

Rinkuro Kiln was established in 1968 in Hasami Pottery, a pottery production area with 400 years of tradition. It was created with the aim of creating unique style and high quality pottery. They continue to produce products with their unique sensibility, such as "Sometsuke" with a deep taste that never gets old, the gorgeous "Old Imari" style, and "Some-Nishiki" with a perfect balance of Sometsuke and Akae. In recent years, they have been working hard to create tableware that meets the needs of both the Japanese and Western styles, and their creative activities are in tune with the times.

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Arita Porcelain Lab - Yazaemon Series

Arita Porcelain Lab is an Arita porcelain kiln that was created by the seventh generation Yazaemon, to meet modern lifestyles. The Yazaemon series returns to the kiln's origins and produces Imari Kinrande style tableware by the hands of skilled craftsmen. Integrated production from base molding to overglaze painting makes it possible to produce porcelain that retains the atmosphere of the time.

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