A very rare bowl with Mishima on the inside (prospect) and brush strokes (hakeme) on the outside. "One grain is twice delicious!", we say in Japanese. You can enjoy it twice as much from one bowl! I heard that the name of "Nitoku" came from the meaning of 'toku' (gaining profit twice)? In fact, it is said that the origin of Nitoku is the Mishima bowl, but it also has the charm of a 'Ido (Ko-ido... (2020-5-2)

"Daitokuri (large sake server" of Mishima.It is a simple technique of filling white clay in the hollow that rolled this cord, which you could also call it Jomon technique, but due to the fact that the cord was pressed many times, a slight waviness occurred at each step, which gave a really nice look to the surface. (Top image) And although it might be hard to tell in the image, but this daitoku... (2020-5-2)