Situated in Mino City, celebrated for its pottery traditions, Marumo-Takagi has been a producer of ceramics since their founding in 1887. They utilize some of the most established traditions, but blend them seamlessly with modern manufacturing techniques. The quality of their products is well recognized as they are proud purveyors to the Japanese Imperial Family as well as to Japanese embassies all around the world.
Their designs are inspired by the beauty of nature, and particularly how the interpretation of that beauty shifts through the changing of the seasons. The legendary artist Kitaouji Rosanjin once said, “A good dish on the right plate is like a beauty in a kimono.” This is the heart of Marumo-Takagi’s goal; bringing together the artistry of Japanese ceramics and “washoku”, Japanese food. Their pieces are sure to bring this Japanese elegance to your table.
Mino-yaki earthenware is specialty pottery produced in the Mino Region (around current Toki City) of Gifu prefecture which began in the 7th century. Mino-yaki continues to adapt to modern lifestyles while preserving its history and tradition. One of the signature characteristics of Mino-yaki earthenware is its diversity. Mino-yaki does not adhere to a single form,as it has over 15 registered typesof traditional handicraft in Japan.
Beni-Yuzu Tenmoku Donburi Bowl
“Tenmoku” refers to a specific type of finishing in ceramics that gives the piece an almost oil-slick appearance. In the case of this particular donburi, the black detailing is set over a striking red evoking a magma or volcanic rock motif. This design feature is accented with the black base that gives the overall bowl a striking profile. The master craftmanship of this piece is sure to make whatever contents you put in it shine. It is ideal for Ten-don but will also accommodate various rice or noodle dishes andcould easily serve for a salad bowl or even a serving dish.
Size: 6.5" x 4.25" | 16.5 cm x 10.75 cm high
Weight: 1 lb 5 oz | 595 g
Material: Porcelain Producer: Marumo-Takagi Origin: Gifu, Japan
Usage and Care
This product is not microwave-safe. Do not set the product on any other direct heat.
Hand wash only. Make sure to dry completely before storing. This product is not dishwasher safe.
Food should not be stored in the product, as the porous clay could absorb the moisture and smell of the contents over time.
Avoid any sharp temperature change on the product, as it could cause cracking.
Do not freeze the product, as it might crack.
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