This simple tableware series with its stackable function aspires to become a global standard for everyday dining use. Designer Teruhiro Yanagihara suggested a design concept based on the notion of perfection and imperfection co-existing within beauty, taking his inspiration from the phenomena that invariably occur during the glazing stage of the porcelain manufacturing process. So, based on the belief common in Japan since ancient times that true beauty lies in imperfection, Yanagihara positively embraced any uneven or mottled glazing that would have previously been deemed as defective in Arita, giving this tableware collection its distinctive and beguiling appearance.
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- The feature of Teruhiro Yanagihara Collection : The glazing used for Teruhiro Yanagihara Collection is developed especially for the series. Pinholes, blurred or unevenness colour and iron dots on surface has been considered as mistakes in Arita, however, this imperfect ﬁnish eﬀect which comes from the craftsman’s hand work and natural materials of porcelain stone is a part of design and its feature. Please note that each product has a different appearance.
- The glazing for the black colour has water absorption, therefore sometimes oil stain remains on the surface of the product. However, it is the feature of this glazing and perfectly safe for use. Putting in water before using may prevent the stain.
- Dishwasher and microwave safe.
- A part of the photograph is an image of the example of use. If the specifications differ from the actual product Please note that there may be cases where.