Tiny plate series "Kyoto Vegetable" - 5 Plate SET
Kyo Yaki - Rokubeygama
Kyoto's representative traditional crafts and technique.
Craftsmen produce diverse designs adapting to changes in times. They have always been particular about it being handmade and hand-drawn. The charm and beauty of craftsmen's design with high technique can be seen in individual work
Since 1771, founder Rokubey opened a pottery kiln in Kyoto Gojozaka, it has been developed over time with Kyo yaki's history. The history and high technique have been passed on to generations and up until today, every process is done by hand.
■ Kyoto Vegetable tiny plate (Shishigatani Pumpkin)
[Weight] 3.6oz (104g)
[Size] Length/2.9"(7.4cm), Width/ 2.2"(5.6cm), Height / 0.6"(1.6cm)
■ Kyoto Vegetable tiny plate (Manganji Pepper)
[Weight] 3.5oz (99g)
[Size] Length/ 3.9"(9.9cm), Width/ 1.9"(5.0cm), Height / 0.7"(1.9cm)
■ Kyoto Vegetable tiny plate (Kamonasu Eggplant)
[Weight] 3.5oz (100g)
[Size] Length/ 2.9"(7.5cm), Width/ 2.5"(6.4cm), Height / 0.8"(2.0cm)
■ Kyoto Vegetable tiny plate (Kyo Takenoko)
[Weight] 3.4oz (98g)
[Size] Length/ 3.4"(8.8cm), Width/ 2.3"(5.8cm), Height / 0.7"(1.8cm)
■Kyoto Vegetable tiny plate (Shogoin Turnip)
[Weight] 3.3oz (95g)
[Size] Length/ 3.1"(8.0cm), Width/ 2.4(6.2cm), Height / 0.7"(2.0cm)
[Including Box] Length/ 4.5"(11.5cm), Width/ 2.9"(7.5cm), Height / 1.5"(4.0cm)
[Country of manufacturer] Japan
[Manufacturer] Rokubei Kiln, Kyo Yaki Kiln, Kiyoroku Co., Ltd.
5-467 Gojobashihigashi, Higashiyama-ku, Kyoto
[Precautions in use]
- Originally, pottery is highly absorbent.
- After purchase, be sure to soak in water or hot water before use, wash with water as soon as possible after use, dry thoroughly, and store in a cupboard.
- If left inadequately dried, it may sometimes cause "mold". Please be careful.
≪White painted pottery≫
The white painted area of pottery absorbs water easily, and as you use it, the water may soak in and the color may change.
Also, when water soaks in, it can look like there is a crack however, it is showing the beauty peculiar to the characteristic of pottery. Please enjoy the changes in pottery.
There are pinkish colors on the surface of the pottery, but this is not a stain, it's a phenomenon peculiar to pottery called "Ohonte".
When you bake a work in a kiln, this kind of color comes out naturally, but it is generally said that the one with this masterpiece is more mellow and has a taste. ..