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vase blue

vase blue

Regular price ¥11,000
Regular price Sale price ¥11,000
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・Japan 1,000 yen including tax
・Overseas uniform worldwide 3,000 yen (approx.USD30)
cancellation policy

If the item is out of stock, we will make it for you.

Unfortunately, if the item is out of stock, we will prepare it after the production period (about 3-6 weeks).

"Kikko Kannyuu", which has been used since the Southern Song dynasty in China, and "Mishimade", which was applied to the pottery of the Joseon dynasty that came from the Korean Peninsula.
By applying gold and platinum colors to traditional glazes and techniques, we produce vessels that suit modern life.

◆How to care◆
  • If you start using the pottery as it is, the juices and oils from cooking will soak in and may not be able to be removed.Fine cracks such as kobiki and kanjiri are especially easy to seep into, so it is safe to soak them in water and wipe them lightly before serving the food.
  • In order to prevent soaking, it is effective to put rice washing water in a pot and boil it on low heat for 20-30 minutes at the beginning of use.
  • If it gets dirty, soak it in kitchen bleach as soon as possible and wash it with a soft sponge.
  • After use, use a neutral detergent and wash with a soft sponge.
  • Do not use a dish dryer or a scrubbing brush as it may cause damage, peeling, or scratches.
  • After washing, run it through hot water to speed up drying and prevent mold.
  • Please do not give a sudden temperature change as it may be damaged. In addition, it is strictly prohibited to use a microwave oven for overglaze, gold and platinum colored items as they may be damaged.

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