Hidehira-nuri

Boiled and seasoned dish bowl

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Outline

A Japanese traditional craft (Iwate). The Boiled and seasoned dish bowl is one of the best items of Marusan Shikki! Hidehira-nuri (Dinnerware / Hobbies (collection)) is the tradition of Japan.

Reference Price

USD 727.27

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Description

The archetypical bowl of Johoji painting.

Item Infomation

Product NameBoiled and seasoned dish bowl
Artifact NameHidehira-nuri
MakerMarusan Shikki
The place of ProductionIwate, Japan
Delivery DateApp. 14 days
SizeH12.0cmx⏀10.8cm
Weight150g
ColorBlack ground
PatternFloral pattern *chrysanthemum
Material Natural lacquer / Japanese cherry birch / Gold leaf

About Products

Please note that the actual item's size, color, and pattern may differ from the reference images online because each item is hand-made.

Note

  • Comes with a lid

Price

USD 727.27
Consumption tax /
VAT included & Free shipping

About US...

Johoji-nuri

Lacquerware created by artisans based in the town of Joboji in the city of Ninohe in Iwate Prefecture using sap from lacquer trees found in northern Iwate, southern Aomori, and northeast Akita prefectures.

For cleaning and storage

Lacquerware1.New lacquerware products should be rinsed in lukewarm water, then wiped with a dry cloth. Then, they should twice be wiped with a cloth covered in a small amount of vinegar and left to dry in a well ventilated area.
*Once this is finished, the product is ready to use.

2. To preserve the product’s luster, do not scrub. 
Use a soft cloth to remove any dust. When washing, use soapy water and then dry with a soft cloth. / Avoid the use of hot water.
*Avoid the use of harsh cleaning tools such as scrubbing brushes or sponges. / Avoid the use of polishing powders (cleansers, etc) when washing.

3. Avoid placing the work in direct sunlight. This can alter the product’s shape or color.
*Be especially cautious with vermillion paints.

4. Avoid prolonged exposure to warm water after use. / Wash immediately, wipe with a soft, damp cloth, then wipe again with a dry cloth.