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"akaco" is a series that explores the expression of persimmon glaze, which is a glaze representative of Mashiko ware.
Persimmon glaze is characterized not only by its unique color but also by its high heat retention properties due to the high iron content in the glaze.

- Shape of plate -
The plate, which looks like a larger version of the Andonzara, which has been passed down in Seto since ancient times, is simply glazed. The edges are angled and rounded so that even if there is some soup in the dish, it will not spill out from the plate.
It can be used as a plate for one person or as a plate placed in the center of the dining table.
By placing a bean plate on top of the plate, you can create a partition and expand the range of presentation options.

― “Persimmon glaze”, a glaze representative of Mashiko ware ―
Persimmon glaze is a special glaze that represents Mashiko ware in Mashiko.
Many people may think of the color of persimmon glaze when they think of Mashiko ware.
Mashiko Town has developed as a pottery production area since the end of the Edo period.
Later, Mr. Shoji Hamada moved to Japan, and while promoting the Mingei movement with Mr. Soetsu Yanagi and others who focused on the ``beauty of use'', it had a great influence on local potters, and began to be regarded as a ``work of art.'' Masu.
Persimmon glaze is also a glaze that was often used for utensils such as bowls, water bottles, and earthenware jars that represent the early days of Mashiko ware.
The ``akaco'' series is a series that explores the expression of persimmon glaze and vessels that fit in with modern life.

- Red powder that is the raw material for persimmon glaze -
The raw material for persimmon glaze is Ashinuma stone from the northern region of Mashiko Town. The powdered form of Ashinuma stone is called red powder and is used as a glaze. Since persimmon glaze is made entirely from natural materials, it does not contain any chemical substances.
In addition, persimmon glaze contains iron and retains heat. Mashiko red powder has long been used for roof tiles in the Tohoku region.

■Size approximately: φ30.0cm x 2.0cm (length x width x height)

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Doso Towada Kiln is written as ``Sayado Wadama.''

Dosodo is a place name in Mashiko Town. This area, which has long produced clay for pottery, is the center of Mashiko ware production, as it produces clay, the raw material for Mashiko ware, and is home to many Mashiko ware kilns.

Doso Towada Kiln is a brand that aims to produce pottery, which can be said to be a product of nature, with a ``responsibility of receiving from nature'' and to deliver the charm of pottery to as many people as possible.

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