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Oiso Studio: Sea Blue Matcha Bowl 2023

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Komeya-san created this series with a sea blue or turkish blue colored glaze with greenish tints and charred black accents.

(The subtle colors are hard to capture accurately, so we've included several different photos.)

a cup with a handle (150 ml) | yunomi cup without handle (100 ml) | mini guinomi cup (50 ml)

Product info

  • Top diameter:  cm
  • Height:  cm
  • Volume: ??00 ml filled to 1 cm below rim
  • Notes: Handmade, the color and size may differ slightly from cup to cup.
  • Usage: Do not use in dishwasher or microwave.

About Oiso Studio

Located in the seaside town of Oiso, Kanagawa Prefecture, Toshiyuki Komeya began his studio in 2006. Specializing in ceramics and porcelain during his high school years in Gifu Prefecture (known for the Minoyaki ceramics tradition), Komeya-san has made a name for himself utilizing the blue sky and ocean of the town of Oiso as his artistic theme.

He has held exhibitions and participated in number of events related to arts and crafts in both Japan and abroad. In December 2010, he submitted his works to “HAND MADE IN JAPAN AWARD” and was exhibited at a gallery in Düsseldorf, Germany, where his work won second prize. In May 2011, he exhibited his work at Gallery DEN in Berlin, Germany, an event organized by “HANDMADE IN JAPAN EXHIBITION”, held on behalf of the 150th anniversary of Japan-Germany Relationships.

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Oiso Studio

Oiso Studio: Sea Blue Matcha Bowl 2023

$97.76

Komeya-san created this series with a sea blue or turkish blue colored glaze with greenish tints and charred black accents.

(The subtle colors are hard to capture accurately, so we've included several different photos.)

a cup with a handle (150 ml) | yunomi cup without handle (100 ml) | mini guinomi cup (50 ml)

Product info

About Oiso Studio

Located in the seaside town of Oiso, Kanagawa Prefecture, Toshiyuki Komeya began his studio in 2006. Specializing in ceramics and porcelain during his high school years in Gifu Prefecture (known for the Minoyaki ceramics tradition), Komeya-san has made a name for himself utilizing the blue sky and ocean of the town of Oiso as his artistic theme.

He has held exhibitions and participated in number of events related to arts and crafts in both Japan and abroad. In December 2010, he submitted his works to “HAND MADE IN JAPAN AWARD” and was exhibited at a gallery in Düsseldorf, Germany, where his work won second prize. In May 2011, he exhibited his work at Gallery DEN in Berlin, Germany, an event organized by “HANDMADE IN JAPAN EXHIBITION”, held on behalf of the 150th anniversary of Japan-Germany Relationships.

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