Gold and wine red vessels that represent the beauty of Japanese foliage
Vessels represent the scenery of Japanese four seasons
Our vessels are created one by one by brush work of skilled artisans, using the unique colors created by techniques inherited in tradition of Yazaemon kiln, to realize the variations of color and textures that express the beauty of Japanese four seasons. The brush finish on the surface creates unique shades and elegance.
“Japan series” design is the modern version of Kissho pattern, which is the traditional style of Arita ware, which is said to be a good omen since ancient times. Kissho pattern has been frequently used in Arita ware, wishing to enrich both the material and spiritual sides of the user’s life, which we wish to deliver through our vessel to everyone around the world.
Muted texture of gold
This muted texture of gold is realized by hand brush painting one by one by craftman. Yazaemon kiln’s development of inherited technology enabled microwave and dishwasher use, which is rare for golden dishes.
Deep wine red color
This deep wine red color was realized after countless trials based on 200 years of Yazaemon kiln know-how, to express the fruitfulness of autumn. Coating multiple colors, which cannot be obtained by red glaze, creates this deepness.