[Set of 3] Sho-Chiku-Bai / Moomin JAPAN KUTANI -GOSAI-

[Set of 3] Sho-Chiku-Bai / Moomin JAPAN KUTANI -GOSAI- / Plate / amabro

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remarks 【Set contents】Moomin JAPAN KUTANI -GOSAI- (×3) [Snufkin (×1) / Moomintroll (×1) / Snorkmaiden (×1)]
All the products are handmade by traditional craftsmen. Please enjoy different individualities of each product. JAPAN KUTANI -GOSAI- series is Kutani ware plate. You can see kannyu (cracks on the surface) in paintings. Kutani ware is NOT microwave and oven safe. Wash with neutral detergent and soft sponge after use. Dishwasher safe. But please follow the care label of it. Please avoid rapid change of temperature. All the plates are polished enough. However, if you mind the rough place, polish there with fine sandpaper or the bottom of other tableware. Do not use the plates at high places or unstable places. After use, please dry the plates enough. The breakage of the products may cause serious injury. When you put sour food on the tableware for a long time, paintings may turn their colors.
Short Description 【[Set of 3] Sho-Chiku-Bai / Moomin JAPAN KUTANI -GOSAI-】This is a set of 3 plates born from a collaboration of Moomin ×amabro. On traditional and colorful Kutani ware, Moomin friends are drawn. “Sho-Chiku-Bai” means Matsu (pine tree), Take (bamboo) and Ume (plum). Sho-Chiku-Bai is one of the representative auspicious motifs in Japan. This set includes “Moomintroll” “Snufkin” and “Snorkmaiden.” Great gift for Moomin lovers and ceramic lovers.



Amabro is a product brand of MURAKAMI ART corporation directed by an artist Amane Murakami. Under the theme of “Art of life”, they propose a life with Japanese traditions.

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