Take this hexagon-shape bowl, for example. The rough, earthy texture will probably make an ordinary stew into a delectable meal. The small plate with green glaze on the left is made by covering the clay with white slip, and then coating it with white birch glaze, and finishing up with oxidation firing. The temperature and firing required for this green kohiki series are different from yellow kohiki series and white birch series, so only a limited number of pieces can be created. This small plate is perfect to set off the table coordination.
Green Kohiki Flower Petal Shape Small Plate 2160 yen
Yellow Kohiki Hexagon Shape Small Bowl 3780 yen
This “meshi-wan”, rice bowl, goes well with hearty rice, such as five grain rice, brown rice, and seasoned rice. One of the most important aspects of rice bowl is that it must be easily held in hand when eating, unlike western dishes that are not designed to be held. The angle of the side, the height of the foot, and the heaviness of this rice bowl are carefully made, so it is very easy to hold in hand and it fits comfortably in your palm.
White Birch Rice Bowl 3240 yen
We especially like this medium size bowl from the yellow kohiki series. The shape and size of this piece are just right for practical use, and the tall foot is just charming.
Yellow Kohiki Bowl 4860 yen
We would like to reintroduce the tea pot we used for the postcard for our exhibition. This piece with beautiful clay body will make a simple routine of sipping tea a heartwarming experience. It comes in yellow and white.
White Birch Tea pot, Yellow Kohiki Tea Pot both 21600 yen
Even if the weather is rainy or snowy, a warm, home cooked meal in these ceramics will make us cheerful. Please take this opportunity to see Kudo-san’s splendid works.