Made in Japan
Tenshin Juba is a potter based in Hyogo, Japan. Together with his wife, Asuka Juba, Tenshin lives in countryside of Kobe with their four children. Growing their own crops and make ash glazes from organic materials such as rice straws or chestnut husks.
Tenshin is known for his dynamic and free slipware he makes. He uses his forms as a canvas to paint to express. Famous for mineral rich water in the region, Tenshin mixes this water in his slip. Minerals reacting in the fire gives the depth on his pieces. By sharing a wood firing kiln they have build, they can often fire pots in this labour intensive way. You can see the marks where ash landed, every piece is completely unique.
This airy yakishime platter is fired with rice husks applied on the surface, which then burn off leaving air bubble effects.
Dimensions: Approx. 27/28cm x H1.5/2cm
No dishwasher safe
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