Izumi earth line that lasts for many times indefinitely gives a sense of rhythm.
We insist that the stripe does not interfere with cooking and is not too strong.
Even if you put a dish, pan dish, appetizer, cheese etc a little.
Even if you put the cup and put sweets aside.
Izu's soil pattern
I did not clay the clay that I digged with Izu, stick it thinly and paste it on the cloth, and the black part when I dug the soil is burning out a natural pattern as it is. Earth's original pattern emerges. Izu earth is designed as an accent of pottery, and I create it everyday.
There is no glaze on the part of Izu soil. Please think the same way as soil of the body. Since it is baked and water repellent (without affecting the human body) is applied after firing, water will not soak into this part. There is hardly any change in color when used. It may be somewhat moist. Please enjoy the texture so that the pattern varies by 1 coat.
Although it does not peel off with a little shock (scratching etc.), when applying a strong shock (degree of cracking of the main body itself) it is chipped. In normal use there is no problem at all.
You can use a microwave. (Degree of warmth)
Dishwasher can be used. (No detergent with abrasive is allowed)
Oven is not allowed.
The color of white glaze is slightly greenish white and soft texture.
Diameter 197 mm × height 23 mm
Weight: 360 g
* Since we are making everything by hand, please understand as the one point which color and shape differ slightly for each work.
※ Unless stated as "actual item", it will be different from the picture. Particularly in the Izu soil part, the appearance of color taste differs one by one. Though we send you, if you would like to see a picture such as color taste, please send a message "Photograph hope" from the banner "Ask questions and consult about this work" before ordering.
※ This product becomes pottery. Inside, water stoppers are applied with water repellent (which does not affect the human body) that prevents water from getting into it, but while using it little by little tea leaves etc soak into the gaps of the glaze I will. It is better to avoid leaving tea etc for a long time.
If you are impregnated with tea etc., soak in a chlorine type detergent (bleach, kitchen highter, etc.).