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  • Bird-eye view of the Hasami Porcelain Ceramic Japanese Stackable Plate Natural Clay on a wooden table.
  • Hasami Porcelain Ceramic Japanese Stackable Plate and Coffee Mug Cup Clay on a rustic wooden table.
  • Close-up of the Hasami Porcelain Ceramic Japanese Stackable Plate Natural Clay on a rustic wooden table.
  • Rustic wooden table set with plates, mugs and coffee dripper. Accompanied by some lemons and a melon. All stackable and modular items by Hasami Porcelain.
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Hasami Plates Natural

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These Natural Plates by Hasami Porcelain are made according to Japanese tradition but inspired by modern table dressing. This simple plate will create an earthy framing for your best dishes. The charm of traditionally crafted Hasami Porcelain lies in the unique clay texture that is carefully shaped with clean lines and pleasant aesthetics.

These plates are easy to mix and match as they are also available in Grey and Black.

In case you want to stick with black, we highly recommend our complementary bowls - the Hasami Round Bowls in Natural and the striking Raised Bowls in Natural.

Product Features

• Breakfast plate — Ø18.5 x H2.1 cm
• Lunch plate — Ø22 x H2.1 cm
• Dinner plate — Ø25 x H2.1 cm
• Dishwasher safe and glazed for protection
• Made in Japan according to ancient tradition
• Slight differences in color are normal and part of the product's natural beauty

Care Guide

These handmade ceramics are cleverly designed to be stacked and stored with ease. You'll be surprised by their durability as they are dishwasher-safe and can go in the microwave. The natural porcelain is lightly glazed and the earthy textures are obtained by mixing different local clays into the porcelain, so slight differences in colour are natural and part of their beauty.

About Hasami Porcelain

The historic town of Hasami in Nagasaki Prefecture is one of the foremost pottery districts in Japan. Hasami began crafting its porcelainware almost 400 years ago during the Edo period, distributing them throughout Japan as well as to Europe through the port of Nagasaki. Hasami craftsmen were able to develop a highly efficient system to mass produce their porcelain products thereby making them more consistent in quality and reasonable in price. Hasami Porcelain was designed by Takuhiro Shinomoto of Tortoise in Venice, CA whose vision was to integrate modern tableware design with the organic quality produced by traditional Japanese manufacturing techniques.
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