Mino ware Rice bowl: Kezuri Indigo

A rice bowl with a beautiful scraped pattern.
With its thick design, it has a comfortable weight when held in the hand, and is a bowl that is also used in restaurants.
It is a bowl with a simple yet strong impression.
The surface is rough to the touch with the original texture of clay.
It can be used not only for serving rice, but also as a taco bowl or dessert cup.

Made in Japan
Toki, Gifu


Out of stock


What is Mino ware?

Mino ware is called as Mino-yaki in Japanese.

Mino ware is an pottery made in Mino area which is located in Gifu prefecture.
Mino ware production started in this area during Tumulus Period as the soil in Mino contains plenty of ingredients required for pottery.
In Japan, mino ware is the most popular pottery. Its share now goes beyond 50% of the Japanese pottery market.




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Note about ceramics

The following phenomena that occur during the manufacturing process of ceramics are unavoidable, and should be understood as characteristics of the product before ordering.

Please note that the following phenomena are not defective products.

  • Shading, shifting, or blurring of the pattern
  • Unevenness of the glaze
  • Small black spots
  • Small dimples
  • Air bubbles


In addition, there may be slight differences in color between products of the same type, but this is also a result of handwork.


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