A husband and wife make pottery in Komono-cho, Mie Prefecture, which is close to Banko-yaki, which is famous for heat-resistant pots such as earthenware pots. By intentionally leaving the distortions created during the production process, the pottery is made with a lovely, plump appearance.
All of the bowls can be used in the microwave, which is great for everyday use.
Distortion unique to "tatara molding" is moderately loose
Craft Ishikawa is known for its simple and natural pottery. The gratin dish also has a finish that can be used without straining your shoulders and elbows in a good way.
It is made with a technique called "tatara molding" that makes it easy to make use of distortion. It is a heat- resistant plate with a moderate "looseness" , such as the thickness of the rim being distorted or not perfectly straight.
Oven and open fire OK. For heat-resistant dishes for 1-2 people.
Craft Ishikawa's heat-resistant series can be used in microwaves, ovens, and open flames . He/she plays an active part in various cooking scenes.
Ceramic heat-resistant plates have the advantage of being highly heat-retaining. You can enjoy delicious food that stays warm until the end of the meal.
From two colors, white and black
Available in two colors, white and black . Both have soft nuances. It's cute even if you align it with your partner in a different color.
|size||Length and width about 16.5cm x height about 4.5cm|
|correspondence||Microwave oven (○) / Dishwasher (×)
Oven (○) / direct fire (○)
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