Exploring the possibilities of pottery

Among Arita ware, the pottery made in Ureshino City is locally called ``Hizen Yoshida ware.'' 224 porcelain is a brand that was launched with the desire to create fans of Hizen Yoshida ware. We explore new possibilities for pottery by facing the materials.

Mr. Tsuji enjoys making things with free ideas, such as small plates that look simple at first glance but can be used to serve soy sauce and food, and unique rice ball-shaped plates that look like seaweed when poured with soy sauce. I am impressed by the many possibilities that pottery has as a material.

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おにぎり - whiteおにぎり - white
rice ball - whiteW11.6 × D9.5 × H1.5 cm Sale price$9.00
ふぶき - 9.5cm皿ふぶき - 9.5cm皿
Fubuki - 9.5cm plateφ9.5 × H1.7 cm Sale price$7.00
nashiji - 白磁 - プレート(S)nashiji - 白磁 - プレート(S)
nashiji - white porcelain - plate (S)W10.5 × D10.5 × H1.7 cm Sale price$7.00
nashiji - バニラ - プレート(S)nashiji - バニラ - プレート(S)
nashiji - Vanilla - Plate (S)W10.5 × D10.5 × H1.7 cm Sale price$9.00
nashiji - セサミ - プレート(S)nashiji - セサミ - プレート(S)
nashiji - Sesame - Plate (S)W10.5 × D10.5 × H1.7 cm Sale price$9.00

Kinshai Arita Mamezara Travelogue

Mamezara by area

Please also look for bean plates from other potteries.

Arita Station Area / Minamikawara Ryo Area

Yamauchi area / Yoshida area