Nakazato Kenta

Matcha Snow Bowl

Nakazato Kenta
Nakazato Kenta
Nakazato Kenta
Nakazato Kenta
Nakazato Kenta
Nakazato Kenta
Nakazato Kenta
Nakazato Kenta
Nakazato Kenta
Nakazato Kenta
Nakazato Kenta
Nakazato Kenta
Prix régulier $86.00
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At a glance

A modern and elegant handmade white matcha bowl that combines porcelain baked in Arita while following the traditional shape of Karatsu ware.

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Description

A modern and elegant white matcha bowl in porcelain.

Made according to the contemporary Shogen Imari style that combines white porcelain baked in Arita while following the traditional shape of Karatsu ware.

This porcelain bowl will enhance the emerald green of your favorite matcha. Handmade by Nakazato Kenta in Karatsu, from the Ryutagama kiln in Karatsu, Saga.

Dimensions:

Height: 6.5cm
Diameter: 13.2cm
Capacity: 120ml


Artist Information

Nakazato Taki and Nakazato Kenta

Belonging to the established pottery lineage of the Nakazato family, Nakazato Taki (born in 1965) and his son Kenta (born in 1993) make pottery at their Ryutagama kiln together, working side by side. Taki san runs the kiln today, after inheriting it from his father Takashi.

While the famous name「Nakazato」brings many expectations that may be a burden sometimes, Taki san just concentrates on keeping calm and creating pots, largely ignoring the pressure. As for Kenta san, he always envisions the scene where the food is to be served, and people around the table with smiles on their faces, as he creates new expressions of Karatsu ware. Each of his dishes conveys his free and relaxed sensibility, reflecting his upbringing in a family deeply in love with food.

The pottery and porcelain made at the Ryutagama kiln pots are not decorative but functional. They are pieces made to add depth to daily life, with a minimal design and lack of ostentation. Known throughout Japan for the quality of their wares, the potters at Ryutagama uses wheel thrown technique that has been passed down for generations in Karatsu, using wood fired kiln as well as gas fired.


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