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Used in Japan as a sake vessel. It can also be used for dressings and sauces.
・Do not use on an open flame, in a microwave oven, dishwasher, or dish dryer. Do not use bleach.
・Please wash by hand after use to remove dirt as soon as possible.
・Sudden temperature changes may cause cracks or breakage.
・There may be a cracked pattern, which is a characteristic of Japanese ceramics.
・Since each piece is made by hand, there may be slight differences in color and shape.
KIKOF is a product brand launched in 2014 by "Mother Lake Products," an organization formed by artisans around Lake Biwa, and "KIGI," a Tokyo-based company involved in a variety of creative activities. KIGI, which is engaged in various creative activities in Tokyo, and Mother Lake Products, an organization of craftsmen around Lake Biwa.
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KIKOF ceramics were born in Shigaraki
Shigaraki clay has a rough texture, simple, warm, and unique. Lake Biwa, the largest lake in Japan, was located further south than its present location 2 to 3 million years ago. Shigaraki ware is made from the clay of that old Lake Biwa layer.