Purveyor to the Imperial Household Agency

In the early Edo period, this kiln was the first in Japan to deliver dyed porcelain to the imperial court. Even now, although it is not a monopoly, it receives various orders from the Imperial Household Agency and produces arts and crafts. Pursuing the beauty of exquisite dyeing with the best techniques and quality.

When you pick up a high-quality plate that is timeless, with traditional paintings and styles carefully preserved without any eccentricity, you will feel a sense of security and stability. Just like with paintings, the touch of lines when painting pottery differs depending on the pottery. If you follow the lines with your eyes at a pottery that specializes in delicate painting, you can clearly see how carefully they are painted.

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染錦えんどう文 - 八角小皿染錦えんどう文 - 八角小皿
Somenishiki pea pattern - Octagonal small plateW9.4 × D9.4 × H2.0 cm Sale price$19.00
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染錦撫子文 - 八角小皿染錦撫子文 - 八角小皿
Somenishiki Nadeshiko Pattern - Octagonal Small PlateW9.4 × D9.4 × H2.0 cm Sale price$19.00
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染錦桔梗文 - 八角小皿染錦桔梗文 - 八角小皿
Somenishiki Bellflower Pattern - Octagonal Small PlateW9.4 × D9.4 × H2.0 cm Sale price$19.00
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染錦薊文 - 八角小皿染錦薊文 - 八角小皿
Somenishiki Ichimon - Octagonal Small PlateW9.4 × D9.4 × H2.0 cm Sale price$19.00
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染錦萩文 - 八角小皿染錦萩文 - 八角小皿
Somenishiki Hagimon - Octagonal Small PlateW9.4 × D9.4 × H2.0 cm Sale price$19.00

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Arita Station Area / Minamikawara Ryo Area

Yamauchi area / Yoshida area