Japanese Japanese food is gaining attention from all over the world. When dining on a tatami mat, the table is set in front of each person. The habit of using ozen has almost disappeared in recent years, but the world of Japanese food spreads along with bowls and tableware of dishes, such as rice and one soup sansai on a square shape called ozen. .. Why don't you reconsider the world of set meals? Even when used as a display for small interior accessories. Even when used as a height accent on a table. A crisp lattice with two types of tiles, an Izu soil pattern tile and a white glaze tile. I tried to express the world view of the Izu soil pattern with a set. The base and legs are wooden. It is a type of tree called walnut. The wooden parts of the base and legs are made by Hiroki Yamamoto, a woodworker. Izu soil pattern I don't knead clay I dig myself in Izu and tap it thinly and paste it on the cloth, and when I dig the soil, the black part and the white part are the natural pattern. The original pattern of the soil is burned out. Izu soil is designed as an accent of pottery, and I create it every day. The Izu soil tile has Izu soil pasted on it and no glaze on it, but it has been baked and a water repellent (which does not affect the human body) has been applied after firing. It does not soak into this part. Please enjoy the texture because each one has a different pattern. It does not come off with a small impact (such as scratching). However, if you give it a strong impact (it will crack the body itself), it will chip. There is no problem in normal use. Material: ceramic, wood (walnut) Horizontal 285 mm x Depth 285 mm x Height 135 mm Size of one tile → Approx. 47 mm x 47 mm Weight: 1400g The photo is the actual item. The sake cup and Ochoko on the photo are reference works for display. Not included in this product. * This product is pottery. The inside is water-repellent with a water-repellent agent (which does not affect the human body) to prevent water from seeping in, but as it is being used, tea astringents etc. will gradually soak into the gaps between the glazes. I will. You should avoid leaving tea for a long time. * Each piece is made by hand, so please understand that the color and shape of each piece may differ slightly. Since the patterns are improvised, each one may differ slightly. Unless stated as "actual product", it will be different from the photo. If you would like to send a photo, but would like to see the photos such as colors, and want to purchase it, please send a message saying "I would like a photo" from the banner "Ask questions / consult about this work" before ordering.
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- When dining on a tatami mat, the table is set in front of each person. The habit of using ozen has almost disappeared in recent years, but the world of Japanese food spreads along with bowls and tableware of dishes, such as rice and one soup sansai on a square shape called ozen. ..