*There are individual differences in Shigeru Inoue's works. Gray to brown with a little iron in the soil ( see the second photo for individual differences ). All works have been inspected to meet the strict standards of the artist and our store, and we will leave the selection of works to you. Please purchase only those who can perceive individual differences as individuality. Please rest assured that you will never receive a defective product.
A bowl with a flat bottom and depth. The impression that it is not too crisp and soft is gentle. Carefully and delicate Soinka and Mishima hand are applied.
Dora bowls are attractive when used by making use of the blank space. How about an assortment of bright pickled summer vegetables? This is Inka Mishima, which greatly enhances the saturation of ingredients!
Diameter: Approx. 16.5cm / Height: Approx. 4cm
There are individual differences in the glaze, color, and size because it is an artist's work.
*After use, remove dirt as soon as possible and dry thoroughly.
*No microwave or dishwasher
*No returns or refunds will be accepted. Please understand this when purchasing.
Biography of Shigeru Inoue
1968 Born in Aichi Prefecture
2010 Started making pottery by self-study in Tokoname city
2016 Opened independent kiln
Mr. Shigeru Inoue has been working as a company employee for a long time in automobile-related logistics. It seems that it didn't take long for him to find the vocation of pottery and become independent.
Mr. Inoue, who makes pottery in his hometown of Tokoname, Aichi, is an artist who values the use of "soil", which is a blessing from the earth, in a form that is not touched by humans as much as possible. In order to cherish the taste of the soil, Mishima, Kobiki, and ash glaze vessels are made from the original soil and the soil that he dug himself.
While the original clay has disadvantages in terms of impurities, plasticity, and efficiency, we aim to create a light and easy-to-use vessel for serving food that can be picked up every day. I will call
He said, ``Even though the pottery is made from the original clay, we consider the weight and durability to be easy to use. ."
Shigeru Inoue Works