miyama. recommended tableware for summer

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Summer vacation, Obon vacations, and family gatherings for summer home meal time. Cool vessels to spend time together.

We would like to introduce…

  1. susuzne
  2. seshima
  3. en
  4. LKL
  5. minamo
  6. animal life
  7. hibiki
  8. white line

① suzune – Perfect summer bowl of rice with a ring flower motif.

miyama. suzune

A “noodle bowl” perfect for somen noodles, a “kumidashi bowl” for serving the soup, and a “teshio dish” for serving condiments.
The “diverse plates” include chilled chuka and summer vegetable tempura, while the “small bowls” include energizing items such as eel! And “Individual plates” as a frequently used dish at the dining table.

This is a series of summer dishes in two colors, cool “green celadon” and gentle “white porcelain”.

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② seshima – Vessels dyed in the motif of kimono patterns

miyama. seshima

The traditional kimono patterns “shibori” and ” mansuji” are expressed in underglaze blue using the traditional pottery technique of “copperplate transfer underglaze painting”.

Plates with many flat surfaces are easy to serve and add quality to everyday dining. In addition to the ” Grilled dish ” that is just right for sashimi and grilled fish, the frequently used plate, and the small plate for pickles and soy sauce, there are two dividing dishes for serving snacks and one dish, the “Two flat plates” and the “Three flat plates”.
The addition of a “buckwheat noodle pot with a lid” and a “soup pitcher” will add color to your summer evening meals in the cool of the evening.

深山 miyama. 瀬縞

【Technique introduction: underglaze copper plate transfer】The technique is said to have been first attempted in Japan in 1846 by “Satosen-yaki” in Mizunami City, Gifu Prefecture, and has been handed down through generations in the region.

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③ en – Four types of deep vessels with relaxed softness

miyama. en

Large bowls that can hold a large amount of food, small bowls that are just right for one more dish, sencha bowls that can be used as small bowls, and sake cups that are perfect for delicacies.

Two color specifications: standard “white porcelain” and “SOME GOSU” that appears in a gradation from the mouth to there.

Versatile deep summer tableware that can be used for noodles, rice dishes, drinks or tea time.

深山 miyama. en(エン)

【Technique introduction : SOME GOSU】 Penetrating cobalt is applied with a brush from the mouth to the bottom of the unglazed vessel. The pottery is then fired at 1,340 degrees Celsius to become a vessel. The color of the GOSU is easily absorbed, so if it is applied to the outside, the color will appear even on the inside. This results in a sense of unity.

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NEW ④ LKL – Standard celadon vessel with arc-shaped relief.

miyama. LKL

The plate [14cm] is a serving size, [20cm] is a side dish size for one person, and [26cm] is a one-plate or serving size. In terms of bowls, [14cm] is a small bowl size, [20cm] is a serving bowl size for side dishes, and [26cm] is a generous serving bowl size.

Celadon vessels for everyday use that are available in standard sizes. There is also white porcelain in standard colors that are not seasonal.

深山 miyama. LKL

【The individual differences in hue】 The textured dark blue color on the mouth of the celadon is made of a pigment called Youhen Gosu, which is very soluble, so there will be individual differences as shown in the picture (color variation during firing). We ask for your understanding in advance.

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⑤ mimamo – Square vessels with a cool breeze

miyama. minamo

The plate looks as if it were carved out of ripples standing in the cool breeze on the surface of the lake.

The transparent and dark blue color is celadon, a traditional shade of porcelain.

深山 miyama. minamo

【About the color: celadon glaze】 This historic glaze is believed to have originated in the Shang Dynasty of China in the 14th century B.C. The coloring is unique to porcelain, which is produced by the chemical reaction of iron in the raw material through reduction firing at 1,340 degrees Celsius. Due to the high vitreous content, the glaze flows according to gravity as the color changes, creating a natural shading on the vessel.

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⑥ animal life – Cute kids’ plates with animal motifs

miyama. animal life

Rabbit, elephant, and penguin are on the kids’ plate!

The dividers allow you to serve rice, side dishes, and salads on one plate without mixing them up!

A plate of fun summer memories for your grandchildren, nephews, and nieces who are coming for vacation.

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⑦ hibiki ‐ Cold sake cup with a modern form inspired by traditional techniques

miyama. hibiki

This chilled sake cup is beautifully finished in a standing shape, inspired by the traditional pottery technique called shinogi.

Standard, transparent “white porcelain”. Cool and glossy “celadon”.
Gentle and calm “green glaze”.

All of them will add a pleasant color to your summer drinking time.

深山 miyama. hibiki(ひびき)

【About the material: Thermal conductivity】Porcelain vessels transmit the temperature inside well. This is due to the high glass content of the material. Therefore, this sake cup also conveys the temperature of the sake well. Taste sake even in the palm of your hand. Porcelain dishes also allow you to enjoy such pleasure.

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⑧ white line ‐ Minimalist form with a single line, 4 cup sizes

miyama. white line

The “tall cup 200” can be used as a tumbler for beer and other beverages.
“cup 200” can be used as a free cup for barley tea, shochu, or a rocks glass.
“cup 150” is the size of a sencha cup, but can also be used as a dessert cup.
“mini cup 45” can be used as a drinking cup or shot glass.

Each number indicates capacity.

The simple form of this product is in harmony with any lifestyle.


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