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This porcelain is made in Arita, Saga Prefecture, and its surrounding areas. The porcelain is made from clay that has been extracted naturally and fired in a kiln. Aritayaki-ware is known for being resistant to breaking, thanks to being hard-fired. It is also known for being light and thin, while also being able to resist being stained and also not absorbing water. Thanks to this, it is great for both professional and home use, and can be used for a long time, while also being easy to take care of. Overall, it is a beautiful porcelain with a glass-like touch, that while looking delicate is also durable enough to be used on a daily basis without worry, making for extremely popular tableware!

Aritayaki, a traditional craft that has continued on since the Edo Period

The Kintsugi-Inspired Aritayaki Plate series

An original plate series that uses a design based on the traditional repair method, Kintsugi. The traditional handicraft that is Aritayaki meets a new version of a traditional Japanese design technique, Kintsugi, to create a new beautiful fusion of traditional handicrafts and bring beautiful tableware with a delicate beauty to your table, while also being durable.

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Kintsugi, a repair method that has been around for over 400 years

Kintsugi is a method of repairing plates, bowls, cups and so on that have been cracked or chipped or fractured using Urushi, a type of lacquer, as an adhesive to bond the fractured parts together, and gold dust to decorate the seams. Items that have been repaired using kintsugi have gold lines that run along the cracks, which leads to the item looking and feeling different, as well as increasing its value. These sparkling lines of gold make it look very chic and fashionable. 

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