Iga clay pot Kuromaru (for 1-2 people) | Iga ware kiln former Haseen
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I g a clay pot that brings out the flavor of the ingredients
Porous Iga coarse soil called "breathing soil".Since the fine pores store heat, the far-infrared effect allows the heat to pass through to the core of the food to maximize the flavor.
Iga's coarse soil suitable for clay pots
About 4 million years ago, the Iga region is said to have been the bottom of Latoe Biwa.The Kobiwa k o Formation contains many remains of living things and plants, so if this clay is fired at a high temperature, the remains will burn out and many fine pores will be created.It has a high heat-storing property and keeps the same state as the fire after it is removed from the heat, so the taste will soak into the ingredients and the taste will increase.
Compatible with microwave ovens and ovens, and can be cooked in the air
A black circle with a deep taste that makes you feel the earth.Just the right small size that can be used for many purposes.It can also be used in microwave ovens and ovens, and it can be cooked in the air, greatly expanding the range of cooking.
A warm dining table
In the fall and winter, I naturally miss hot pot dishes.A clay pot that brings out the deliciousness of the ingredients. I'm glad that you can use it all year round, such as hot pot dishes for 1-2 people, plump and chewy rice, oden, roll cabbage, miso soup pot, gratin, doria, and grilled potatoes.
Because each item is handmade, there are individual differences in color, shape, size, weight, glaze unevenness, glaze pool, etc. In addition, there are some cases where glaze is applied differently, scratches, pinholes, and iron powder (black spots) are seen, but there is no problem in using it.Please enjoy it as a unique expression unique to handmade products. You cannot choose which item you will receive, but we hope you will look forward to it until you receive it.If you are interested, please feel free to contact us as we will email you a photo separately if you contact us before shipping.
◆◆ List of clay pots by Mr. Hasezono ◆◆
Diameter: Approximately 16 cm (including handle Approximately 21.5 cm)
|Igayatoitoamamoto NAGATANIEN Igayatoitoamamoto NAGATANIEN|
|1832||Start a business|
|year 2011||"Climbing toiln" and "Taishotoan" are designated as national registered tangible cultural properties|
|Year 2014||12 cases such as "main house (mother)" and "villa" are designated as national registered tangible cultural properties|
|Recommended care method and precautions for Mr. Hasezono, the former Iga ware toiln|
〇 Iga clay pot is made of coarse soil that gently transfers heat. If you continue to use it, it may cause water leatoage or cractos, so be sure to cooto the porridge sufficiently before use.Please refer to the enclosed manual for details.
|It is a pottery baked around Iga City, Mie Prefecture.The pottery soil produced in the Kobiwako Formation contains many remains of organisms and plants that lived 4 million years ago, and when this soil is burned at a high temperature, the parts other than that are burned out and there are many small pores. I can do it.Porous soil with pores is coarse soil that is called "breathing soil".Since the fine pores store heat, it has a high far-infrared effect and allows heat to pass through to the core of the food.Iga ware has a long history, and is said to have started in the Nara period about 1300 years ago.From the end of the Muromachi period, when tea ceremony was popular, to the Azuchi-Momoyama period, tea pottery and hanaire were made, and Iga ware during this period is called "Koiga".The characteristics of Koiga include a wavy pattern with a spatula, a grid-like stamped pattern, scarlet, charred, cracked mountain cracks, and a green beadro that gives off a unique beauty.|
|Understanding about "container"|
〇Since each item is handmade, there will be individual differences in color, shape, pattern, size, thickness, weight, etc. Also, even with the same glaze and soil, color unevenness and shades will appear.
〇Since the paintings are also hand-painted one by one, the facial expressions may differ.
〇 Depending on the product, small holes, small black spots, line scratches, protrusions, pinholes, rattling, and distortion may be seen depending on the manufacturing process.
〇 The image of the product is processed so that the color is as close to the real thing as possible, but the color and texture may look different depending on the display screen of your computer or smartphone.
〇 At our shop, we not only inspect the manufacturers, kilns, and writers, but also deliver the ones that have cleared the final inspection at our shop.
〇 As the product photos are taken as samples, the details of the delivered products may not be the same.
〇 We do not accept returns or exchanges due to customer's convenience. Please purchase after understanding and understanding.
〇 We hope that you will enjoy it as a "taste" and "interesting" unique to handmade products that are not found in mass-produced products at factories!
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