“Yuikarakusa” is a series that makes it possible to enjoy traditional Nabeshima patterns and Japanese shapes at the modern dining table.
The arabesque patterns used in the [Nabeshima Clan Kiln] style, one of the three representative styles of Arita porcelain, have been arranged to have a modern look. We named it “Yuikarakusa” because of its look, which is reminiscent of plaited cords tied together.
In terms of shapes, we adopted the “flower shape”, “sloping corner” and “four-leaf” shapes, which have been popular in Japanese tableware since ancient times. This flower-shaped plate has a clean pattern that adds some color and complements the food.
By leaving a lot of blank space on the inside and adding a pattern on the outer rising edge, your dining table will look beautiful from any angle.
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