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Sobachoko (Buckwheat noodles sauce cup) small arabesque) / Kurawanka (Rice bowl) small large arabesque)

Sobachoko (Buckwheat noodles sauce cup)  small  arabesque) /  Kurawanka (Rice bowl)  small  large  arabesque)
  • Sobachoko (Buckwheat noodles sauce cup)  small  arabesque) /  Kurawanka (Rice bowl)  small  large  arabesque)

Tableware / Tobeyaki (earthenware)

Shape
size Sobachoko diameter 8.5cm x depth 7cm Kurawanka small 11 cm x 6cm large 12cm x 7 cm
Purpose
cup and bowl, souvenir, gift , family celebration , home use
Features
Long durable bowl-foot , Sobachoko's foot is glazed for protecting the surface of table.
Color variation
no variation
Materials
Tobe clay
Form of wrapping
Main inquiry
Supply capacity
Negotiable
Awards received, Authorizations,etc.
 
Desireble retail price
Kurawanka large 1,500 Yen , small 1,300Yen / Sobachoko small arabesque 900 Yens
Minimum lots
1
Delivery-date
If there is no stock: about 2 months (depending on the number of order )

Sobachoko (Buckwheat noodles sauce cup) small arabesque) / Kurawanka (Rice bowl) small large arabesque)

Inc.Umenoseitousyo Baizan

Continuously tracing utility and beauty. Beautiful cups and bowls staying close to your daily life.

Baizan Kiln always respects "utility and beauty" and traces the value as cups and bowls for daily use. The name of "Kurawanka" was derived from the story that peddlers sold rice in the bowl as a meal on the boats between Kyoto and Osaka in Edo period (1603-1867) calling "Kurawanka"(it means that "have rice"). This rice bowl has a high foot for the stabilization on the boat. The foot of sobachoko is glazed not to scar the table. Sobachoko possesses not only practical usage but also profound beauty with a single stroked arabesque.

Person in charge : Iwahashi Kazuko, Iwahashi Toshio

Telephone number : 089-962-2311 / FAX : 089-962-5594

Continuously tracing utility and beauty. Beautiful cups and bowls staying close to your daily life.

Baizan Kiln always respects "utility and beauty" and traces the value as cups and bowls for daily use. The name of "Kurawanka" was derived from the story that peddlers sold rice in the bowl as a meal on the boats between Kyoto and Osaka in Edo period (1603-1867) calling "Kurawanka"(it means that "have rice"). This rice bowl has a high foot for the stabilization on the boat. The foot of sobachoko is glazed not to scar the table. Sobachoko possesses not only practical usage but also profound beauty with a single stroked arabesque.