[Hasami Ware] Tsujigahana MS4 earthenware jar
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Tsujigahana refers to a technique based on indigo dyeing that has continued traditionally in the kimono field since the Nara period (710-794). The indigo-dyed texture is reflected by a combination of the itchin technique and the dami technique, both of which give a three-dimensional effect. It is loved for its elegant and gentle texture.
Saikai Toki is a general trading company of ceramics located in Hasami-cho, Nagasaki Prefecture.
Commitment to Our Products
For more than 70 years, we have been a bridge between people and products in Hasami-cho, Nagasaki Prefecture. Through the planning and wholesale of ceramics and porcelain, we are vigorously engaged in activities to connect the tradition of Hasami-yaki pottery and to create a prosperous town for the future.