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Yoshiteru Takariki - Bizen Ricebowl

3,850 YEN
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size : W13.6cm×13.5cm×H6.9cm

He inherits the skills and spirit of Sozan Kaneshige.
The simple and undecorated design highlights the beauty of Bizen clay.
He believes that the work will be completed in the hands of the user.
This work is a traditional style rice bowl of Bizen.
Bizen rice bowls are convenient because rice grains are less likely to stick to vessels.



Tosyu Yamamoto - Bizen Hassun Sara

80,000 YEN
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size : W26.8cm×26.7cm×H4.2cm

Tosyu Yamamoto was called the master of the Rokuro.
He likes symmetrical neat modeling.
This is a late work in his career.
Sun is a unique unit of length that has been used in Japan for a long time.
One sun is about 3 cm, and 8 sun (hassun) means that the dish is about 25 cm in size.
At the boundary between the area where Goma is applied and the area where it is not, Kinsai occurs, where the soil shines like metal.



Yoshiteru Takariki - Bizen Yohen Hachi

26,400 YEN
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size : W21.8cm×22.0cm×H5.3cm

He inherits the skills and spirit of Sozan Kaneshige.
The simple and undecorated design highlights the beauty of Bizen clay.
He believes that the work will be completed in the hands of the user.
It is very difficult for Yohen's works to balance the black ash cover and the red clay color.
After firing for a long time, the black ash cover will become blacker, but the red color will be lost.
This Hachi is miraculously beautiful in both red and black.



Yoshiteru Takariki - Hidasuki Ricebowl

3,850 YEN
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size : W12.3cm×12.1cm×H6.7cm

He inherits the skills and spirit of Sozan Kaneshige.
The simple and undecorated design highlights the beauty of Bizen clay.
He believes that the work will be completed in the hands of the user.
This Hidasuki Ricebowl was fired in an electric kiln.
His electric kiln has ducts and can burn firewood.
And the firing time is about one week, which is a long time.
The flame of a firewood creates a beautiful surface that cannot be achieved by electricity alone.



Yoshiteru Takariki - Bizen Ricebowl

3,850 YEN
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size : W12.9cm×12.4cm×H7.0cm

He inherits the skills and spirit of Sozan Kaneshige.
The simple and undecorated design highlights the beauty of Bizen clay.
He believes that the work will be completed in the hands of the user.
This is his latest work, which he fired in September 2021.
This work is a traditional style rice bowl of Bizen.
Bizen rice bowls are convenient because rice grains are less likely to stick to vessels.



Yoshiteru Takariki - Bizen Ricebowl

3,850 YEN
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size : W11.9cm×11.7cm×H6.4cm

He inherits the skills and spirit of Sozan Kaneshige.
The simple and undecorated design highlights the beauty of Bizen clay.
He believes that the work will be completed in the hands of the user.
This work is a traditional style rice bowl of Bizen.
Bizen rice bowls are convenient because rice grains are less likely to stick to vessels.



Masao Akiya - Bizen Nerikomi dish

5,000 YEN

size : W21.7cm×21.7cm×H1.7cm

Masao Akiya is a disciple of Jun Isezaki.
He also uses hole type klin called "Anagama".
One of them is a technique to create a marble-like pattern called "Nerikomi".
He used yellow clay from the Hiraike pond near his workshop.
The difference in the composition of each clay results in a different color and a marble pattern.



Kazuki Nakamura - Bizen Ricebowl

2,000 YEN
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size : W14.5cm×14.2cm×H6.1cm

Kazuki Nakamura is the grandson of Rokuro Nakamura.
He faithfully reproduces the style of Rokuro Nakamura.
He is also good at making sake wares, just like Rokuro Nakamura.
This work was fired in June 2021.
This Ricebowl expresses the red color beautifully by the Nakamura family's original fire method.
This is the same as Guinomi, and as it is used, it absorbs moisture and changes into a more beautiful color.



Mitsuru Isezaki - Bizen dish

36,000 YEN
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size : W22.5cm×22.3cm×H7.1cm

Mitsuru Isezaki is one of the potters who inherited Bizen ware redeveloped by Toyo Kanesige.
His pottery style is simple and undecorated to show off the goodness of the clay.
He fired Hidasuki in a Noborigama kiln without using an electric or gas kiln.
This dish is a Noborigama kiln Hidasuki but has bright scarlet color and beautiful white clay color.
I feel that the works fired with Noborigama kiln are rare because they often turn into charcoal gray clay color and dark red Hidasuki.



Masao Akiya - Bizen soup plate

4,000 YEN
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size : W16.6cm×15.5cm×H5.9cm

Masao Akiya is a disciple of Jun Isezaki.
He also uses hole type klin called "Anagama".
This plate was fired in a kiln with other plates.
Stack and fired a lot of plates like a tower.
This plate was placed at the top of the stacked plates.
So this bowl has different fire patterns inside and outside.
This is a simple but stylish and easy to use soup plate.



Gosuke Yashiro - Imbe Oozara

10,000 YEN

size : W29.8cm×29.7cm×H3.0cm

He was attracted by Bizen ware and moved from Hokkaido to Okayama.
He loves the simple beauty of Bizen ware.
This work is also very simple and powerful.
This Oozara was fired in the burning coals.
The round patterns are made by stretching fire-resistant soil called "botamochi" into a circular shape and setting it in place.



Masao Akiya - Bizen Nerikomi dish

5,000 YEN
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size : W21.5cm×21.3cm×H1.6cm

Masao Akiya is a disciple of Jun Isezaki.
He also uses hole type klin called "Anagama".
One of them is a technique to create a marble-like pattern called "Nerikomi".
He used yellow clay from the Hiraike pond near his workshop.
The difference in the composition of each clay results in a different color and a marble pattern.



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