Hibino Blue Gradation Modern Mino Ware Small Kobachi Bowl SS
This simple and modern Japanese bowl which has a beautiful gradient blue color. Highly versatile bowl for serving side dishes or simply as an accent piece for tables. Or You may put a small portion of food or containments in, place it on a larger plate or into a bento box for more stylish and sophisticated food presentation.
This bowl uses a technique called "Kannyu" (penetration), which intentionally creates a crack-like pattern that can be seen under the glaze.
Handcrafted by Hibino Ceramic, which specializes in making tableware that brings out the best in dish and makes it look beautiful and appealing. As well as its excellent design, it is durable and easy to use which makes it is widely used in restaurants in Japan and overseas.
Mino ware is a traditional tableware that is widely distributed in Japan and is known for its abundant production of high-quality clay.
These bowls come in three sizes: SS, S, and M.
We also have a bowl in a different color, Hibino Raska Marin Modern Mino Ware Small Kobachi Bowl SS.
- Quantity: 1
- Dimension: D8cm(3.1in) xH4.5cm(1.8in)
- Material: Porcelain - Mino ware
- Origin: Made in Japan
- Brand: Hibino Ceramic
ABOUT HIBINO CERAMIC
HIBINO is committed to supplying commercial tableware in a prompt and continuous manner to meet the needs of their customers.
They also take a multifaceted view of the latest pottery markets and trends, and aim to improve customer satisfaction by responding appropriately to their customers needs.
They believe that their mission is to transmit traditional Japanese pottery and ware to the world. They will always do their best to pursue the creation of tableware that complement our cuisine, and continue to challenge ourselves to improve their sensibility.
About mino ware
Mino ware is a type of pottery in which many colors and designs have been created to suit the times and people's tastes. Therefore, Mino ware has a variety of techniques and diverse looks and textures.
Mino ware is made using the soil of Gifu Prefecture, known as Japan's largest producer of pottery, and is easily blended into our daily life. The diverse designs and styles of Mino ware, which have changed their shapes to suit the trends of the times and people's lifestyles, are the most attractive and unique of all pottery.