Mamezara stripe pattern blue x brown | Wakaba Enokida (Enokida gama)
A combination of tradition and modernity By combining the deep candy-colored candy glaze of Mashiko's traditional glaze with the stripe pattern of a modern design on mashiko's soil, it naturally blends
into modern dining tables and colors comfortably.
A stylish stripe pattern that attracts the
eye A bright blue color like the sky next to the candy glaze is a cute stripe pattern. The width of the line is thick, thin, and slightly staggered, and the gentle texture that can be expressed only by hand drawing is impressive.
Feel the warmth of the soil Moderate weight
and thickness that you can feel the soil. The candy glaze and blue part have a smooth texture. The white border and edges are rough, so you can enjoy the atmosphere of the soil.
A bean dish that is indispensable for Japanese dining tables, such as seasonings such as soy sauce and salt, condiments such as green onions, ginger, and large leaves, side dishes,
tsukudani, etc. Perfect for those who are looking for something with a texture unique to pottery and modern elements. There are plenty of stripes, dot patterns, light blue and antique greens, so it's fun to choose from.
It is a product with individual differences. Depending on the condition of the glaze, the expression varies one by one, such as the condition of the baked color, pinholes, and size. In particular, the lid is shiny and smooth, so I think that pinholes may be a little bothered, but it is evidence that depression breathed. I think that you can understand it in advance because it is a taste of handmade. You can't choose which items will arrive, but we hope you'll be looking forward to receiving them. If you are interested, please contact us before shipping and we will email you a separate photo, so please feel free to contact us.
◆◆ Wakaba Enota (Enoki Kiln) and other detailed information here ◆◆ Product details Production area Japanese material
: About 8 cm Height : About
|Electronics Microwave Oven : Yes (To the extent of Heating) Dishwasher : No Oven : No Open Fire : Enokida||
|Wakaba (Enokida Gama) Born in Mashiko Town, Tochigi|
|Prefecture in 1978|
|2000 Graduated from Tochigi Ceramics Guidance Center, Graduate School of Glaze|
|Ceramics activity at Enoki Kiln Wakaba Enota's visit to the workshop Here is an understanding of "Utwa"|
|The individual difference occurs in the color taste, shape, pattern, size, thickness, weight, etc. for making the hand one by one. In addition, uneven color and shade come out even in the same glaze and soil.
〇The expression may be different because the painting is also hand-drawn one by one.
〇 Depending on the product, there may be small holes, small black dots, wire scratch, protrusions, pinholes, pinching, and distortion depending on the manufacturing process.
〇The image of the product is image processing to bring it as close to the real thing as possible, but there is a case where the color taste and texture look different depending on the display screen of your PC or smartphone.
〇In our store, we deliver not only inspections of manufacturers, potters, and artists, but also those that have cleared the final inspection at our store.
〇 Since the product photograph becomes a sample photograph, the product to be delivered is not the same to the details.
〇 We do not accept returns or exchanges due to customer's convenience. Please purchase after understanding and understanding.
〇 I would be happy if you could enjoy it as "taste" and "fun" unique to handmade products that are not found in mass-produced products at the factory!
|Recommended care method from The Enogi Kiln 〇 Before using the first time, please put it on the rice|
|togi soup for about 10 to 30 minutes. (Eye-stopping)
〇 After use, wash well so that salty air does not remain and dry well.