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Japanese Pottery Japanese Tea Bowl Kyoto-Kiyomizu Ware for Green Tea Matcha

Japanese Pottery Japanese Tea Bowl Kyoto-Kiyomizu Ware for Green Tea Matcha

This stack-able ceramic dinnerware are made from a unique mixture of porcelain and clay. Available in plates and bowls of various diameters, the dinnerware combines traditional Japanese ceramic techniques with a contemporary design. The pieces are unglazed, which results in a matte finish and a slightly rough texture. Made in Hasami - a cer

Unglazed Japanese Porcelain Dinnerware

This stack-able ceramic dinnerware are made from a unique mixture of porcelain and clay. Available in plates and bowls of various diameters, the dinnerware combines traditional Japanese ceramic techniques with a contemporary design. The pieces are unglazed, which results in a matte finish and a slightly rough texture. Made in Hasami - a cer

This stack-able ceramic dinnerware are made from a unique mixture of porcelain and clay. Available in plates and bowls of various diameters, the dinnerware combines traditional Japanese ceramic techniques with a contemporary design. The pieces are unglazed, which results in a matte finish and a slightly rough texture. Made in Hasami - a cer

Unglazed Japanese Porcelain Dinnerware

This stack-able ceramic dinnerware are made from a unique mixture of porcelain and clay. Available in plates and bowls of various diameters, the dinnerware combines traditional Japanese ceramic techniques with a contemporary design. The pieces are unglazed, which results in a matte finish and a slightly rough texture. Made in Hasami - a cer

Takashi Endo is a Japanese potter making ceramic art with a minimal aesthetic vision, that nearly takes priority over the functionality of the work.

Takashi Endo is a Japanese potter making ceramic art with a minimal aesthetic vision, that nearly takes priority over the functionality of the work.

This stack-able ceramic dinnerware are made from a unique mixture of porcelain and clay. Available in plates and bowls of various diameters, the dinnerware combines traditional Japanese ceramic techniques with a contemporary design. The pieces are unglazed, which results in a matte finish and a slightly rough texture. Made in Hasami - a cer

Unglazed Japanese Porcelain Dinnerware

This stack-able ceramic dinnerware are made from a unique mixture of porcelain and clay. Available in plates and bowls of various diameters, the dinnerware combines traditional Japanese ceramic techniques with a contemporary design. The pieces are unglazed, which results in a matte finish and a slightly rough texture. Made in Hasami - a cer

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