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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 400 years ago, during the Edo Period, and was not only distributed all over Japan but also exported to Europe through the port of Nagasaki. The establishment of a mass production system at an early stage ensured reliability in quality and price, and its rich tradition kept alive. HASAMI PORCELAIN was born under the direction of Takuhiro Shinomoto of Tortoise (Venice, California), whose innovative concept integrates tradition and modernity in tableware.
HASAMI PORCELAIN’s straight lines represent the essence of traditional Japanese aesthetics. The curves are the result of the inevitability of function and production. The rhythm and echo of the clean lines, created by stacking, enhance the harmony and beauty of the design.
HASAMI PORCELAIN shapes go well with the modern design master pieces of the 20th century. Despite the difference in origin, their fundamental approach to creation are akin. There is a universality that lies in the simplicity suitable for everyday use. - indoors and outdoors, individually and as a set.
波佐見焼は、日本有数の窯業の盛んな地、長崎県波佐見町で約400年前の江戸時代につくられはじめられました。豊かな伝統は、現代まで脈々と受け継がれ、 HASAMI PORCELAINは、篠本拓宏（tortoise）のディレクションにより、こうした遺産を現代のコンセプトで革新するテーブルウェアとして生まれました。
漆のお重箱をインシピレーションにシンプルなラインで、且つ機能的な器は、日本料理を始め西洋の料理、スタイルにマッチするモダンな器です。 素材を活かした風合いと、考えられたデザインは、手にとってみると心地よく、口を当ててみるとなめらかで毎日いろんな用途で使いたくなります。 アウトドアにもインドアにも、見せる収納をしたくなるようなモダンでスタイリッシュなHASAMI PORCELAINは一度使うと、シリーズで揃えたくなる食器たちです。
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