Mino ware Rice bowl: Shinogi scorched surface coloring

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This is a rice bowl with the popular Shinogi pattern.
It is a unique rice bowl with a smooth texture and rather than a round bowl, the sides are slightly steep.
The deep indigo blue color has a pattern that reminds us of fine waves, and the color difference between the navy blue of the rim and the inside is striking.
It is recommended for daily use, and also as tableware for guests.

It can be used not only for rice, but also for yogurt and soup cups.


Shinogi is one of the decoration techniques, and it is the pattern that the formed surface is scraped with a blade, and made uneven.


Made in Japan
Toki, Gifu


Only 1 left in 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.


12,5cm x 6,6cm


Washing machine:
Oven: ×

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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