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Chawan with traditional patterns (Old Tobe porcelain patterned rice bowl) / Sobacho

Chawan with traditional patterns (Old Tobe porcelain patterned rice bowl) / Sobacho

Tableware / Tobeyaki (earthenware)

Shape
size Old Tobe porcelain patterns rice bowl diameter 12cm x height 6cm Old Tobe porcelain patterns Sobachoko diameter 8cm x height 7cm
Purpose
souvenir, gift , family celebration , home use
Features
The bowl produced with "sometsuke", a typical Tobe porcelain dying, referring old Tobe porcelain patterns in Edo period (1603-1867).
Color variation
6 designs including flower hedge patterns, shepherd's purse patterns, chrysanthemum patterns
Materials
Tobe porcelain clay ( rock powder)
Form of wrapping
1 piece, Cardboard)
Supply capacity
requires inquiry
Awards received, Authorizations,etc.
 
Desireble retail price
Both 2,000 yen ( flower hedge patterns only 2,200 yen)
Minimum lots
1
Delivery-date
Around 2 months when not in stock

Chawan with traditional patterns (Old Tobe porcelain patterned rice bowl) / Sobacho

Tosaigama

Lovely bowls and cups for daily use which have traditional patterns with rustic charm.

Rice bowls and sobachoko with old Tobe porcelain patterns were produced and commercialized by the concept of succession of the old Tobe porcelain patterns in Edo period (1603-1867). Following the old superior patterns by "sometsuke", a typical traditional technique, new arrangement is made by changing colors. A young porcelain artist Hiromu (or Yuum) Nagato who works for Tosaigama says "I would like to produce lovely rice bowl for everyday use to be placed on the front line in the sideboard at home." Simple but deep old Tobe ware has indigenous taste for each bowl, so you can enjoy choosing your favorite one.

Person in charge : Hiromu Nagato

Telephone number : 089-962-2123 / FAX : 089-962-2123

Lovely bowls and cups for daily use which have traditional patterns with rustic charm.

Rice bowls and sobachoko with old Tobe porcelain patterns were produced and commercialized by the concept of succession of the old Tobe porcelain patterns in Edo period (1603-1867). Following the old superior patterns by "sometsuke", a typical traditional technique, new arrangement is made by changing colors. A young porcelain artist Hiromu (or Yuum) Nagato who works for Tosaigama says "I would like to produce lovely rice bowl for everyday use to be placed on the front line in the sideboard at home." Simple but deep old Tobe ware has indigenous taste for each bowl, so you can enjoy choosing your favorite one.