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Hechimon

Shigaraki Bird Dish

Shigaraki Bird Dish

Regular price $49.00 AUD
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Product Description

Shigaraki is located in Koka City, Shiga Prefecture, and is recognised as playing a significant part in the long history of Japanese ceramics. It is included as one of Japan's six old kilns – being said to have a history of 1260 years. In 1976 Shigaraki-yaki (Shigaraki ware) was designated as a traditional craft in Japan.

Hechimon is a collection of Japanese ceramics by a third-generation Shigaraki-yaki maker, Marui Seito.

These handcrafted Japanese dishes are the perfect size to use as a sake cup, pair with the incense holders as a base, or for serving small treats such as olives and pickles. 

An ochre coloured dish, with a bird design hand painted with glaze. As every dish is handcrafted, each is unique and will differ slightly from piece to piece. 

 

Details

Measurements: approximately 8cm x 3.5cm 

Glazed ceramic. 

Made in Japan.

About Mujo Store

A curated selection of handcrafted Japanese homeware & everyday objects for slow living.

Mujo Store is an online shop based in Perth, Australia. Find kitchenware, ceramics, cookware, Japanese incense, and more. Sustainable materials, tradition, minimal & functional design, and small-scale production.

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About: Hechimon

Hechimon is a collection of Japanese ceramics by a third-generation Shigaraki-yaki maker, Marui Seito. This name translates as “strange things” or “unusual things”. The ceramic collection embraces varying expressions from the vessels themselves. Like holding their own personalities due to materials used, kiln firings, and the craftsman hand. All of these processes and relationships slightly shift each piece – no two pieces will be identical in nature.

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