Miyake Ceramics owns a roller-hearth kiln, called BUNTEN-KILN. Bunten Kiln can do a special firing; In-Glaze.
By using In-Glaze technique, fired designs sink into the glass material on the surface of porcelain so that the design will never be peeled off from the tableware. This firing also ensures “no harmful”.
(Please note that our paints do not contain any heavy metal, such as cadmium and lead, testified by public organization. A certificate can be issued at your request.)
The world famous knife manufacturing area, Sakai city (Osaka) has more than 600 years of sword and knife history, and Yoshihiro knives inherited the skills and technologies.
Yoshihiro produces from the economical lines to the luxurious lines, from home use to professional use.
The most balanced Josaku line is widely used by Japanese professional chefs.
The beautifully designed with Mt. Fuji and Moon is called Mizu Honyaki Fuji Kakari Tsuki (means Water forged all carbon blade with Fuji and Moon). This line requires the most difficult process of forging and there are a few blacksmiths that can forge the blades.
The knives that have beautiful wood grain is called Senbon Kurokaki (means one in thousand black persimmon tree). Black persimmon trees are regarded as the most valuable wood, and they are generally presented to the Japanese emperors from ancient times.