“Kairagi,” denoting the skin of rays or sharks used for decoration, was prevalent in Japan’s Sengoku (late 15th to early 17th centuries) and Edo periods (17th to 19th centuries). This series draws inspiration from the wrinkled patterns formed when glaze incompletely melts during teacup firing, hence its name “kairagi.”

The intricate patterns vary from piece to piece, complementing traditional Japanese cuisine and imparting a modern touch to Western dishes. The black color of the base around the rim enhances the presentation of dishes, complementing colorful ingredients and dishes well.

Dimensions 6.5 × 2 in
Material

Porcelain

Origin

Made in Japan

Usage & Care

Microwave safe, Not dishwasher safe, Not oven safe

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