Shiro-Tanba Yohen Bowl
- Shiro-Tanba Yohen Bowl -
A Japanese traditional craft (Hyogo). The Shiro-Tanba Yohen Bowl is one of the best items of Tansei gama! Tanba Tachikui-yaki (ceramic) is the tradition of Japan.
This sake dish was fired in an ascending kiln. After the nandina leaves are imprinted and a Shiro-Tanba mud glaze is applied onto the plate, it is fired in an ascending kiln using traditional techniques. ※Nandina leaves are considered to be a good luck charm, turning bad luck into good.
|Item Name||Shiro-Tanba Yohen Bowl|
|Artifact Name||Tanba Tachikui-yaki|
|Place of Production||Hyogo, Japan|
|Delivery Date||It'll approximately take 20 days from the date of ordering|
|Size||H 6.0cm x Ф 27.3cm|
|Pattern||Yohen / Nandina leaf|
- Comes with a wooden box: H 10.5cm x W 31.3cm x D 31.3cm
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Good luck leaf printNandina leaves are mainly used for the pottery works because these particular leaves are considered to be a good luck charm, turning bad luck into good.
When fired, the leaf is scorched from the high temperatures of the kiln, leaving behind a leaf shaped imprint on the pottery.