Kohiki is a traditional technique named for its ``white color that looks like powder.'' Also called ``white makeup,'' this technique was originally developed to make red clay appear white, creating a unique texture. After firing, pale pink spots or gohon may occasionally appear, which is clearly visible in this work. Ideal for serving dishes with a lot of juice.
Karatsu ware has a rough base, so sudden temperature changes can cause it to crack and break. Avoid using microwaves and dishwashers as they can also damage the dishes. Because they are handmade, the size, shape, and color may vary slightly.
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Karatsu City, Saga Prefecture
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