Kifune – Oroshi, Toki-City, Gifu-Pref., Japan.
The Chef Ito practiced at Tsukiji Sushiko in Tokyo, that is one of the most popular Sushi restaurants, and opened Kifune more than 20 years ago. In the “NO-SEA Prefecture”, GIFU, he carefully selects seafoods at fish markets in Nagoya area according to the customers’ preferences and requests. His cooks ingredients in season with simple and authentic decoration.
Even fishermen and fish dealers admire Chef Ito’s dish.
We have visited him for photo shooting of our new collections, and Mast Ito generously worked with us.
The tableware on the pictures;
C-3055: Mokume Plate Large (Black) with kudzu (Japanese arrowroot) cake and strawberry.
C-3117: Green Rock Face Plate with Nigiri Sushi / Flatfish Sashimi.
C-3020: Gold Kessho Leaf Bowl with Tatami Iwashi and Grilled Fish / Boiled King Crab.
C-3054: Green Leaf Plate Large with Sashimi Platter.
G-0064: Blue Ito Sake Bottle and Cup
C-1483: Gold Uzumaki Plate with Raw Oysters.
C-3050: Arita Cocoon Teapot and Cup
Other items on the pictures are also available at Miyake Ceramics.
We hope you got some idea of how to decorate Japanese plates.
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.)