Komon (小紋 - Japanese) which means "emblem" in English are plates for sharing and giving with each pattern having an implied meaning:
Waves (青海波) ー Repeat wave shapes - for business success.
Arrows (矢羽根) ー The arrow hits the target - for a great great marriage.
Net (網目) ー The sequent pattern of the net - for scooping up happiness.
Linen leaf (麻の葉）ーThe linen plant grows strong and steady - for protecting your children.
Kihara is a modern line produced by Arita pottery. Arita is where white porcelain was first introduced to Japan through the old silk road. This style of Japanese pottery ( Aritayaki Porcelain ) is now among the most renowned in the world.
Cake Stand (native woods) Kahikatea(top) + Totara(leg) Kahikatea has no tannins so good to use for items that are contacting with food Walk In The Park is the husband and...
Kobo Aizawa's stylish Cutlery. Kobo Aizawa focused on making cutlery as art objects rather than functional pieces. They succeeded spectacularly, winning a place in the permanent design collection of museums...
Kamasada was established more than 100 years ago in the Tohoku region, Japan, famous for producing iron goods in. Owned by the renowned Nobuho Miya, the third generation of his...
Hasami porcelain Tea Pot -Clean lines, Multi functional, Material & texture.... Hasami, Nagasaki is one of the foremost pottery districts in Japan. Porcelain was first made in the area almost...