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KOISHIWARA POTTERY Fukabachi
KOISHIWARA POTTERY Fukabachi
KOISHIWARA POTTERY Fukabachi
KOISHIWARA POTTERY Fukabachi
KOISHIWARA POTTERY Fukabachi
KOISHIWARA POTTERY Fukabachi
KOISHIWARA POTTERY Fukabachi
KOISHIWARA POTTERY Fukabachi
KOISHIWARA POTTERY Fukabachi
KOISHIWARA POTTERY Fukabachi
KOISHIWARA POTTERY Fukabachi
KOISHIWARA POTTERY Fukabachi
KOISHIWARA POTTERY Fukabachi
KOISHIWARA POTTERY Fukabachi
KOISHIWARA POTTERY Fukabachi
KOISHIWARA POTTERY Fukabachi
KOISHIWARA POTTERY Fukabachi
KOISHIWARA POTTERY Fukabachi
KOISHIWARA POTTERY Fukabachi
KOISHIWARA POTTERY Fukabachi
KOISHIWARA POTTERY Fukabachi
KOISHIWARA POTTERY Fukabachi
KOISHIWARA POTTERY Fukabachi
KOISHIWARA POTTERY Fukabachi
KOISHIWARA POTTERY Fukabachi
KOISHIWARA POTTERY Fukabachi
KOISHIWARA POTTERY Fukabachi
KOISHIWARA POTTERY Fukabachi
KOISHIWARA POTTERY Fukabachi
KOISHIWARA POTTERY Fukabachi
KOISHIWARA POTTERY Fukabachi
KOISHIWARA POTTERY Fukabachi

KOISHIWARA POTTERY Fukabachi

A collaboration between the food artist and chef Tomoko Nagao, and a collective of potters in the traditional pottery village of Toho in Kyushu - these pieces have the unmistakable hallmark of the Koishiwara style.  This is the concentric marks of the tobi-kanna tool which the potters use to draw patterns on the pieces while on the wheel, reaching sometimes incredible levels of intricacy.  Together with its ‘twin’ pottery region in Onta nearby, Koishiwara is at the heart of folk pottery in southern Japan.

Regular price £45.00