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Mino-yaki curry plate with deep blue glaze variation

Mino-yaki curry plate with deep blue glaze variation

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This deep blue glaze variation curry plate combines the tradition of Mino ware with modern style.

The beautiful deep blue glaze variation, created by the techniques and experience of skilled craftsmen, and the texture unique to Mino ware, enhance the appeal of your dishes and add an elegant atmosphere to your dining table.

This item is carefully crafted using traditional Mino ware techniques, resulting in a durable and practical piece.

The size is suitable not only for serving curry but also for plating pasta, risotto, and more.

Why not elevate your dining experience with this stylish curry plate, perfect for both everyday use and entertaining guests?

■Mino ware

Mino ware is a general term for ceramics produced in the Tono region of Gifu Prefecture.

It is the oldest ceramics production area in Japan with a history of over 1,300 years, and its tableware production accounts for approximately 60% of the national share.

Mino ware is characterised by its versatility and ease of use, and is used for a wide range of purposes, from everyday tableware to luxury tableware.

Mino ware is also strong and long-lasting, so it is often passed down from generation to generation.

Mino ware is a type of pottery that has supported Japan's food culture since ancient times.

It will continue to play an important role in preserving Japan's traditional culture.

■Detailed information

Size: 23.5cm x 18.5cm x 4.3cm height

Material: Ceramic

Country of Origin: Japan

Safe and secure: Passed lead and cadmium testing.


Due to the nature of pottery, the glaze varies from piece to piece, so the color and amount of glaze may differ from the image.

Also, the size may differ from that shown.

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us.

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