Inban Print Rice (Flower)
Inban Print Rice (Flower)
AZMAYA Rice Bowl Hanakazari Floral
Rice (Mirror)
Rice (Window)

Inban Printed Rice Bowl

Prix de vente32€
Style:Hanakazari (Flower)
Récupération disponible à BOWS & ARROWS Store Habituellement prête en 24 heures

Inban Printed Rice Bowl

Hanakazari (Flower)


Récupération disponible, habituellement prête en 24 heures

17 Rue Notre Dame de Nazareth
Tue to Sat, from 12h30pm to 7h30pm
75003 Paris

  • Rice bowls featuring designs by artist Tachibana Fumio
  • 3 patterns available
  • Designers collaborate with craftsmen to create an exceptional product

A leading product from Shiratakegama. The artist Fumio Tachibana designed the patterns used based on a motif of the ruffled borders used in letterpress printing. The design of each bowl is painstakingly applied by the craftsman’s hands using a transfer method called inban or stamping. These are outstanding pieces that compliment any dinner table.

Kagami Mirror: Thick blue rectangles arranged horizontally.
Madobe Window: Thin blue rectangles arranged vertically.
Hanakazari Flowers: mixture of graphic symbols streaming from rim of the bowl and runs inside the bowl as well.

Inban is one of the printing techniques used in Japan where a pattern is transferred from paper to porcelain. The craftsman wets the patterned “tensha-gami” (printing paper) then places it on unglazed pottery. After they are dried, the porcelain is glazed and baked to create a perfect little dish. Since they are handmade, each item is unique.

Dimension: φ11.5 x H7 cm
Place of Origin: Japan

Care Instruction: 
Dishwasher and Microwave Safe.
Oven and Freezer Unsafe.