Rinkuro Kiln Old Imari Akadami Plants Mokko-shaped Small Bowl
This mokko-shaped small bowl features a modern interpretation of the traditional classic patterns of old Imari. Mokko is the name for a round squarish shape and is considered an auspicious shape which represents family prosperity.
This bowl is made by Rinkuro Kiln from Hasami ware, which is light, durable and easy-to-use. Hasami ware is popularly used in both restaurants and homes.
"Aka" means red and "dami" is the name for the technique where the artist first outlines the area to be painted with a thin brush and then fills in the remaining space with a larger brush with different shades of the same color. This technique can only be done beautifully by a highly skilled artisan.
The center of the bowl is designed with plants painted in an elegant blue color. And the sides of the bowl are decorated with festive and gorgeous patterns high-lighted with gold paint.
This bowl can be used to serve dishes with a sauce or a soup. It can also be used to serve a small salad or to plate cooked vegetables like edamame. A versatile yet very elegant item that will brighten up your table.
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- Quantity: 1
- Dimension: D15cm(5.9in) x H4cm(1.6in)
- Material: Porcelain - Hasami ware
- Origin: Made in Japan
- Brand: Rinkuro Kiln
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ABOUT 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 "Ko-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.
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.
The piece was nicely packaged and arrived in pristine shape. It’s beauty elevates eating and makes rituals very delightful to attend to.