Ceramic artist born in Sapporo in 1977, graduated from Bunka Gakuin College of Fine Arts in 1999, and became independent in Tochigi prefecture in 2001. Project" to deliver potter's vessels directly to temporary housing. Wabi and Now" solo exhibition, Globus Teahouse, New York, 2015; "Wabi and Now -Wa-", New York, 2016, which expresses Japanese culture through the tea ceremony. and solo exhibition "January and July" Paris 2018, "Wabi and Now - Scatter" at various locations in New York City 2019. He holds about 10 solo exhibitions a year and has held many overseas, including New York, Paris, London, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Beijing, and Shanghai. http://www.nikatougei.jp
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The color will change as you use it.
Please enjoy the natural change.
Dye the entire surface with pure oil in advance to protect it.
● Absorb enough water each time before use to guard against staining.
●Wash with Torureru NO.1 (detergent made from rice bran and organic microorganisms).
If you are worried about the smell, boil it with baking soda.
By doing so, you can slow down the dyeing process. If you use the vessels every day as much as possible, it will be good for the vessels to change, and if left unattended, mold may grow on them or the smell may become stronger. Depending on how you use it, the dye process will vary, so please dye it to your own color.