Made pottery in Shigaraki, Shiga Prefecture. The charm of this dish is that it has a gentle nuance that complements the food.
One of the reasons for its popularity is the wide range of decorations, including rippohiki, which Mr. Ohara says is his own design, as well as brush marks and hoes. It is a creator that makes you want to collect various expressions.
I wanted a square plate of this size
If the square plate is too big, it will be too much to hold, and if it is too small, it will be difficult to serve. The good thing about this square plate is that it's just the right size. It is about the size that a half tail of salted mackerel fits neatly.
Hakeme, as the name suggests, is a technique of applying white makeup soil using a brush.
The amount, momentum, and angle of application determine the individuality of the vessel. Personally, I believe that the artist's feelings and personality are reflected in the pottery as it is. Please take it in your hand and imagine what kind of person Mr. Ohara is.
Tatara square plate brush pattern
|size||Approximately 13cm in length X approximately 17cm in width X approximately 2cm in height|
|correspondence||Microwave oven (×)/Dishwasher (◯)|
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