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    KI-0101VK

    Size : W45 x D30 x H45cm

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    KI-0101VK
    stool - VK

    Size : W45 x D30 x H45cm
    Material : Ash
    Design : Ville Kokkonen
    This stool is designed by Ville Kokkonen. Without the need for metal screws, a seat plate, two seat support plates and four legs are all it takes. Those parts are assembled by screwing those legs into plates. It only takes up a small space when disassembled and stored back into the box with a handle, and it is easily assembled, disassembled and portable. Solid white ash.

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    KI-0201HK

    Size : W36 x D36 x H43cm

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    KI-0201HK
    stool - HK

    Size : W36 x D36 x H43cm
    Material : Ash
    Design : Harri Koskinen
    This stool is designed by Harri Koskinen. A relatively large seat promises comfort and a sense of stability when one sits on it. It offers versatile functions, while being ideal to use not only as a stool but also as a plinth or a side table. It is made of solid white ash.

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    KI-0202HK

    Size : W36 x D46 x H70cm

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    KI-0202HK
    chair - HK

    Size : W36 x D46 x H70cm
    Material : Ash
    Design : Harri Koskinen This chair is designed by Harri Koskinen. Its gently curved back and seat promises comfort and a sense of stability when one sits on it. As it employs a sense of warmth, it is also suited for a café as well as hotel use. It is made of solid white ash.

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    KN-0301VK

    Size : W21.5 x D18 x H24.5cm

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    KN-0301VK
    iron kettle - VK

    Size : W21.5 x D18 x H24.5cm
    Volume : 1000ml
    Design : Ville Kokkonen
    This iron kettle is designed by Ville Kokkonen. Its form employs the beauty of Japanese tradition, while having a modern taste. The traditional techniques of the Nambu Tekki Ironware of Iwate is fully inherited to realise it. Its surface reminds you of a texture of a citrus fruit called “Yuzu”; therefore, this type of surface finish is called “Yuzu hada,” meaning Yuzu skin. The hot water boiled in this kettle gets a milder texture.

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    KN-0401HK

    Size : W19 x D16 x H20cm

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    KN-0401HK
    iron kettle - HK

    Size : W19 x D16 x H20cm
    Volume : 1000ml
    Design : Harri Koskinen
    This iron kettle is designed by Harri Koskinen. Its form is simple and modern, and it has such a sense of presence wherever it may be. The traditional techniques of the Nambu Tekki Ironware of Iwate is fully inherited to realise it. Its surface reminds you of a texture of a citrus fruit called “Yuzu”; therefore, this type of surface finish is called “Yuzu hada,” meaning Yuzu skin. The hot water boiled in this kettle gets a milder texture.

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    IS-0501VK

    Size : Φ30 x H4cm

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    IS-0501VK
    plate L - VK

    Size : Φ30 x H4cm
    Design : Ville Kokkonen
    These dishes are designed by Ville Kokkonen. The central concave space can be used for dips or sauces that accompany a variety of dishes / goods. They offer versatile functions, such as a container for smaller items as well as a vase. They can be stored together in a limited space by turning around the medium dish and placing it on top of the large one.

    *A potter’s wheel is used to form iwatemo porcelain products, retaining a sense of the warmth particular to the handmade. Wood ash is applied as the glaze. All the products are fired at 1,280 degrees Celsius for 25 hours for stronger durability.

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    IS-0502VK

    Size : Φ22 x H3cm

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    IS-0502VK
    plate M - VK

    Size : Φ22 x H3cm
    Design : Ville Kokkonen
    These dishes are designed by Ville Kokkonen. The central concave space can be used for dips or sauces that accompany a variety of dishes / goods. They offer versatile functions, such as a container for smaller items as well as a vase. They can be stored together in a limited space by turning around the medium dish and placing it on top of the large one.

    *A potter’s wheel is used to form iwatemo porcelain products, retaining a sense of the warmth particular to the handmade. Wood ash is applied as the glaze. All the products are fired at 1,280 degrees Celsius for 25 hours for stronger durability.

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    IS-0503VK

    Size : Φ8 x H2cm

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    IS-0503VK
    plate S - VK

    Size : Size: Φ8 x H2cm
    Design : Ville Kokkonen
    This small tiered dish is designed by Ville Kokkonen. It has a variety of uses, either as a set or combined and used with IS-0501VK as well as 0502VK. The simple design does not limit its use and tableware partners.

    *A potter’s wheel is used to form iwatemo porcelain products, retaining a sense of the warmth particular to the handmade. Wood ash is applied as the glaze. All the products are fired at 1,280 degrees Celsius for 25 hours for stronger durability.

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    IS-0601HK

    Size : Φ9 x H22cm

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    IS-0601HK
    bottle & cup L - HK

    Bottle & Cup
    Size : Φ9 x H22cm
    Volume :Bottole-500ml Cup-150ml
    Design : Harri Koskinen
    This is a set of a bottle and a cup designed by Harri Koskinen. The bottle is ideal as a carafe for water, wine, Japanese rice wine, etc. They are available in two different sizes for different purposes.

    *A potter’s wheel is used to form iwatemo porcelain products, retaining a sense of the warmth particular to the handmade. Wood ash is applied as the glaze. All the products are fired at 1,280 degrees Celsius for 25 hours for stronger durability.

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    IS-0602HK

    Size : Φ9 x H9cm

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    IS-0602HK
    cup L - HK

    Cup
    Size : Φ9 x H9cm
    Volume : 150ml
    Design : Harri Koskinen
    This cup is a pair of IS-0601HK bottle, and it is also available by itself. Its simple form is also suited to use as a cup to hold a soba sauce to dip cold soba into. Of course, it is always an ideal tumbler.

    *A potter’s wheel is used to form iwatemo porcelain products, retaining a sense of the warmth particular to the handmade. Wood ash is applied as the glaze. All the products are fired at 1,280 degrees Celsius for 25 hours for stronger durability.

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    IS-0603HK

    Size : Φ7 x H14.5cm

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    IS-0603HK
    bottle & cup S - HK

    Bottle & Cup
    Size : Φ7 x H14.5cm
    Volume : Bottle-200ml Cup-70ml
    Design : Harri Koskinen
    This is a set of a bottle and a cup designed by Harri Koskinen. The bottle is ideal as a carafe for water, wine, Japanese rice wine, etc. They are available in two different sizes for different purposes.

    *A potter’s wheel is used to form iwatemo porcelain products, retaining a sense of the warmth particular to the handmade. Wood ash is applied as the glaze. All the products are fired at 1,280 degrees Celsius for 25 hours for stronger durability.

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    IS-0604HK

    Size : Φ7 x H6.5cm

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    IS-0604HK
    cup S - HK

    Cup
    Size : Φ7 x H6.5cm
    Volume : 70ml
    Design : Harri Koskinen
    This cup is a pair of IS-0603HK bottle, and it is also available by itself. Its simple form is also suited to use as a cup to hold a soba sauce to dip cold soba into. Of course, it is always an ideal tumbler.

    *A potter’s wheel is used to form iwatemo porcelain products, retaining a sense of the warmth particular to the handmade. Wood ash is applied as the glaze. All the products are fired at 1,280 degrees Celsius for 25 hours for stronger durability.

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    IS-0605HK

    Size : Φ10.5 x H8.5cm

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    IS-0605HK
    jar - HK

    Jar & Lid
    Size : Φ10.5 x H8.5cm
    Volume : 200ml
    Design : Harri Koskinen Its lid can be used as a dish or a serving plate, while the jar can be used to serve nuts, fruits, etc. This versatile jar can contain a variety of items such as office as well as personal items.

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    IS-0701KO

    Size : Φ22.5 x H5cm

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    IS-0701KO
    Temaru: soup bowl

    Size : Φ22.5 x H5cm
    Design : Kazuyoshi Osawa (Tourai)
    This soup bowl is a part of the “Temaru” series, designed for the universal use by Kazuyoshi Osawa of the Porcelain Studio Tourai. A special lip allows the user to catch the last scoop of soup. This is particularly ideal for children who are learning to eat or for senior citizens with a weaker grip.

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    IS-0702KO

    Size : Φ15.5 x H6cm

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    IS-0702KO
    Temaru: bowls L

    Size : Φ15.5 x H6cm
    Design : Kazuyoshi Osawa (Tourai)
    These bowls are items of the “Temaru” series, designed for the universal use by Kazuyoshi Osawa of the Porcelain Studio Tourai. A special lip allows the user to catch the last piece of food. They can be stacked one on top of another, while remaining their beautiful forms together.

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    IS-0703KO

    Size : Φ13 x H5cm

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    IS-0703KO
    Temaru: bowls M

    Size : Φ13 x H5cm
    Design : Kazuyoshi Osawa (Tourai)
    These bowls are items of the “Temaru” series, designed for the universal use by Kazuyoshi Osawa of the Porcelain Studio Tourai. A special lip allows the user to catch the last piece of food. They can be stacked one on top of another, while remaining their beautiful forms together.

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    IS-0704KO

    Size : Φ10.5 x H4cm

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    IS-0704KO
    Temaru: bowls S

    Size : Φ10.5 x H4cm
    Design : Kazuyoshi Osawa (Tourai)
    These bowls are items of the “Temaru” series, designed for the universal use by Kazuyoshi Osawa of the Porcelain Studio Tourai. A special lip allows the user to catch the last piece of food. They can be stacked one on top of another, while remaining their beautiful forms together.

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    IS-0705KO

    Size : Φ8.5 x H6.5cm

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    IS-0705KO
    Kobukura: large

    Size : Φ8.5 x H6.5cm
    Volume : 100ml
    Design : Kazuyoshi Osawa (Tourai)
    Kazuyoshi Osawa from the Porcelain Studio Tourai designed this “Kobukura” cup, inspired by a traditional cup design used by farmers when enjoying Sake during their breaks. Good for any drinks, ice cream and much more.

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    IS-0706KO

    Size : Φ7 x H5cm

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    IS-0706KO
    Kobukura: small

    Size : Φ7 x H5cm
    Volume : 50ml
    Design : Kazuyoshi Osawa (Tourai)
    Kazuyoshi Osawa from the Porcelain Studio Tourai designed this “Kobukura” cup, inspired by a traditional cup design used by farmers when enjoying Sake during their breaks. Good for any drinks, ice cream and much more.

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    IS-0707KO

    Size : Φ15.5 x H8cm

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    IS-0707KO
    Kurawanka bowls LL

    Size : Φ15.5 x H8cm
    Design : Kazuyoshi Osawa (Tourai)
    These Kurawanka bowls are designed by Kazuyoshi Osawa of the Porcelain Studio Tourai. This style of bowls inherits Japanese tradition, which history goes back to the Edo period (16th – 19th century). People used catering services on boats during their trips at that time, and this type of cups were used then. “Kurawanka” actually means “would you like something to eat?” and was shouted by vendors. Their large stands and wide-open mouth are designed to make them perfectly stable on moving boats. Various sizes are available for different purposes. They can also be stacked and stored simply by putting one on top of another, remaining their beauty.

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    IS-0708KO

    Size : Φ14 x H7cm

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    IS-0708KO
    Kurawanka bowls L

    Size : Φ14 x H7cm
    Design : Kazuyoshi Osawa (Tourai)
    These Kurawanka bowls are designed by Kazuyoshi Osawa of the Porcelain Studio Tourai. This style of bowls inherits Japanese tradition, which history goes back to the Edo period (16th – 19th century). People used catering services on boats during their trips at that time, and this type of cups were used then. “Kurawanka” actually means “would you like something to eat?” and was shouted by vendors. Their large stands and wide-open mouth are designed to make them perfectly stable on moving boats. Various sizes are available for different purposes. They can also be stacked and stored simply by putting one on top of another, remaining their beauty.

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    IS-0709KO

    Size : Φ12.5 x H6cm

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    IS-0709KO
    Kurawanka bowls M

    Size : Φ12.5 x H6cm
    Design : Kazuyoshi Osawa (Tourai)
    These Kurawanka bowls are designed by Kazuyoshi Osawa of the Porcelain Studio Tourai. This style of bowls inherits Japanese tradition, which history goes back to the Edo period (16th – 19th century). People used catering services on boats during their trips at that time, and this type of cups were used then. “Kurawanka” actually means “would you like something to eat?” and was shouted by vendors. Their large stands and wide-open mouth are designed to make them perfectly stable on moving boats. Various sizes are available for different purposes. They can also be stacked and stored simply by putting one on top of another, remaining their beauty.

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    IS-0710KO

    Size : Φ11 x H5.5cm

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    IS-0710KO
    Kurawanka bowls S

    Size : Φ11 x H5.5cm
    Design : Kazuyoshi Osawa (Tourai)
    These Kurawanka bowls are designed by Kazuyoshi Osawa of the Porcelain Studio Tourai. This style of bowls inherits Japanese tradition, which history goes back to the Edo period (16th – 19th century). People used catering services on boats during their trips at that time, and this type of cups were used then. “Kurawanka” actually means “would you like something to eat?” and was shouted by vendors. Their large stands and wide-open mouth are designed to make them perfectly stable on moving boats. Various sizes are available for different purposes. They can also be stacked and stored simply by putting one on top of another, remaining their beauty.

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    IS-0711KO

    Size : Φ9.5 x H5cm

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    IS-0711KO
    Kurawanka bowls SS

    Size : Φ9.5 x H5cm
    Design : Kazuyoshi Osawa (Tourai)
    These Kurawanka bowls are designed by Kazuyoshi Osawa of the Porcelain Studio Tourai. This style of bowls inherits Japanese tradition, which history goes back to the Edo period (16th – 19th century). People used catering services on boats during their trips at that time, and this type of cups were used then. “Kurawanka” actually means “would you like something to eat?” and was shouted by vendors. Their large stands and wide-open mouth are designed to make them perfectly stable on moving boats. Various sizes are available for different purposes. They can also be stacked and stored simply by putting one on top of another, remaining their beauty.