Donburi Bowl Hanagaki red | Tosai gama - Nagato Seitojyo
The adorable hanagaki's character is drawn around the depression in the typical technique "with dyeing" of the cute tobe ware that is smiling, referring to the old
tobe's character in the Edo period. The style that the taste of the good old days is well fused to the modern taste is fashionable and cute.
Hanagaki Bun is
designed with the motif of a fence made of a tree with gentle red flowers that softens the dining table. The red of the flower of the fluffy and fuzzy taste is warm. The green color that the glaze reacts to also make you feel the warmth unique to handmade. In addition, the cracked pattern provides a deep taste.
It is about 17.5 cm in diameter and
7.5 cm in height, so it is just the right size to eat rice bowls such as katsudon and Oyakodon, and noodles such as ramen, udon, and soba. If there is such a warm donburi, the repertoire of rice bowls and noodles is likely to increase. The height is also high and wide and solid, so there is a sense of stability and you can use it without feeling good.
You can enjoy the expression of each movement Green that appears in response to the glaze, iron dots large and small that appear when the iron of the soil reacts at the time of firing, crack pattern through which you can make from the difference in the shrinkage rate of the bare ground and glaze after firing, the size of the pattern unique to hand drawing, shape, subtle differences such as mingl, etc., I feel the warmth and taste because of the hand
work one by one.
◆◆ Ceramic kiln Nagato Pottery Shop and other detailed list is here ◆◆ Because it is
finished by hand, it is a product with individual differences. Patterns, sizes, uneven colors, variations, shades, pinholes, iron dots, etc. are different one by one. I think that you can understand it before in advance as a taste unique to handmade. We deliver quality standards and inspections at the potteries and our stores. 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.
|Details Production Area|
Size Diameter : Approx. 17.5cm
|Equipment||Microwave oven : Can-eat oven : No fire : No ceramic kiln Nagato Ceramics Office Tousaigama Nagato Seitoujo Is operated by three family members of Tetsuya Nagato, Junko Nagato, and
Hiromu Nagato in Tobe-cho, Iyo-gun, Ehime Prefecture.
|1948 Kenzan Kiln||opened|
|in 2003 Renamed from Kenzan Kiln to Ceramic Kiln Tetsuya|
|Nagato||3rd generation ceramic kiln. A style centered on celadon. Pursuing an elegant yet tense form Junko Nagato Proposes a new form of Tobe ware by painting using various techniques Hiromu Nagato|
|4th generation. While cherishing traditional techniques, we are working on creative activities with free ideas Tobe ware It is ceramics made in Tobe-cho,|
Iyo-gun, Ehime Prefecture and surrounding city towns. It began to be made in the mid-Edo period and has a history of about 240 years. In 1976, four types of white porcelain, dyed works, celadon, and tenma (iron glaze) were designated as national traditional crafts, and in 2005, they were designated as intangible cultural properties of Ehime Prefecture. There are about 100 potteries in and around Tobe Town, and the white porcelain is characterized by indigo patterns, thick and unsoinsable shapes, and the hardness of the material. In addition, karakusa bun is raised as a representative style as a typical design, and other natural sentences, Tokusa sentences, sun sentences, etc. are also traditional style. Today, tobe ware with a new design is born while inheriting traditional techniques and patterns.
|Caution for use from Tosai Kiln Nagato Ceramics|
○ Since original soil and glaze are used, the pattern-like throughs appear. When used, stains appear, but this dye is proposed as a "nurturing vessel" that becomes an expression.