Oshin Kiln Blue Bear Hasami Children's Japanese Rice Bowl
Serve just the right amount of rice to your little ones with this Hasami ware Japanese rice bowl from Oshin Kiln.
The rice bowl comes in an adorable soft blue color with cute bear faces on the sides. Three green polka-dots mark the edge of the bowl. The inside of the rice bowl is in a natural white color to match the shiny white color of freshly cooked rice.
The sides are designed with slight grooves to make it easy for children to hold the rice bowl. And the edges are smoothly rounded making the touch of the bowl to the mouth comfortable and safe.
Unlike plastic or melamine, Hasami ware porcelain has a beautiful shine that highlights the drawings on the item. Make your own set of tableware for your little ones with matching cups and rice bowls. These items will also make wonderful gifts.
Hasami ware is widely known as a light, durable and easy-to-use tableware among Japanese tableware, and is an indispensable porcelain in both restaurants and homes.
Oshin Kiln was opened in 1685 as a domain kiln of the Omura Domain and produced many ceramics throughout the Edo and Meiji periods. It is said to be the largest and longest climbing kiln in the world at present. The current Oshin Kiln was built in the Showa period (1926-1989) on the site of the former Oshin Kiln and aims for further development while passing on the techniques and thoughts of its predecessors.
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- Quantity: 1
- Dimension(cat): D10cm(3.9in) x H5cm(2.0in)
- Material: Porcelain
- Origin: Made in Japan - Hasami ware
- Brand: Oshin Kiln
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The Oshin Kiln was opened in 1685 as a domain kiln of the Omura Domain and produced many ceramics throughout the Edo and Meiji periods. According to the "Gouson-ki", an old document of the Omura clan, there are 39 kiln chambers in the Oshin Kiln, and its total length is described as 170 meters(558ft). It is said to be the largest and longest climbing kiln in the world at present. The current Oshin Kiln was built in the Showa period (1926-1989) on the site of the former Oshin Kiln and aims for further development while passing on the techniques and thoughts of its predecessor potters.View Oshin Kiln Items
About HASAMI ware
Hasami ware is a type of pottery produced in the vicinity of Hasami-cho, located in the north central part of Nagasaki Prefecture, with a history of over 400 years. One of the characteristics of Hasami ware is that there is no fixed technique, so it is possible to make pottery that fits the times. For this reason, Hasami ware comes in a variety of shapes, both large and small, and has a rich variety of designs. Because of the variety of expressions, Hasami ware is loved by people of all ages and genders.