Writer Kihoko Oka, sea bream bean dish and chopstick rest

作家 大場紀穂子


【Product Introduction】
Bean dish and chopstick rest. Depending on the work, the material is different from ceramics or semi-porcelain. This is semi-porcelain. Colorful bean dishes carefully drawn one by one. Because there are plenty of patterns, if you can align with your family and different patterns, the dining table will become lively and conversation will be lively. It is a bean dish that makes you smile even on everyday use and hare days.

■ Size: About 8.5cm in diameter× 1.8cm
■Material: Semi-porcelain
Oven ×
Microwave Oven 〇
Dishwasher △

[Introduction of the makeer]
From molding to painting, we continue to have a passion, and we aim to make such equipment that you will enjoy every day, that you will discover every time you use it.
By all means, please take it in your hand and enjoy the warmth of the soil and the world of painting that every stroke creates.

March 2001: Graduated from Imari Training School, Lokro Course
April 2001: Entered the Department of Painting, Saga Prefectural Arita Ceramic University
March 2002: Graduated from The Department of Painting, Arita Ceramics University, Saga Prefecture
April 2002: Ceramics class
2002: Kiln built at home
Ceramics class: Enoda Tobo

The product image and the product to be delivered are not exactly the same.
Because all the udwa are handmade, the size, shape, color, pattern, and taste are different one by one.
Please refrain from purchasing those who can not catch individual differences such as intruding (a pattern like a pattern entering the surface), pinholes (small holes), iron powder (a state that oxidizes and becomes a black dot when iron is burned), unevenness of glaze as an expression of individuality and depression.

We do not accept cancellations, returns, or exchanges due to customer's convenience.