Mug - medium

Hasami Porcelain

Mug - medium

From 223 kr
Mug - small

Hasami Porcelain

Mug - small

From 205 kr
Mug - large

Hasami Porcelain

Mug - large

From 260 kr
Plate - mini

Hasami Porcelain

Plate - mini

From 56 kr
Plate - dessert

Hasami Porcelain

Plate - dessert

From 112 kr
Plate - lunch

Hasami Porcelain

Plate - lunch

From 224 kr
Cup - Medium

Hasami Porcelain

Cup - Medium

From 112 kr
Cup - small

Hasami Porcelain

Cup - small

From 95 kr
Cylinder Bowl - small

Hasami Porcelain

Cylinder Bowl - small

From 168 kr
Round Bowl - Small

Hasami Porcelain

Round Bowl - Small

From 168 kr
Round Bowl - medium
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Hasami Porcelain

Round Bowl - medium

From 223 kr
Wood Tray - round

Hasami Porcelain

Wood Tray - round

From 148 kr
Plate - dinner

Hasami Porcelain

Plate - dinner

From 335 kr
Teapot

Hasami Porcelain

Teapot

From 560 kr
Cylinder Bowl - Medium

Hasami Porcelain

Cylinder Bowl - Medium

From 223 kr
Milk Pitcher

Hasami Porcelain

Milk Pitcher

From 205 kr
Cylinder bowl - extra large

Hasami Porcelain

Cylinder bowl - extra large

From 500 kr
Teapot with strainer

Hasami Porcelain

Teapot with strainer

From 650 kr
Planter - large

Hasami Porcelain

Planter - large

From 223 kr
Cylinder Bowl - large

Hasami Porcelain

Cylinder Bowl - large

From 335 kr
Cup - large

Hasami Porcelain

Cup - large

From 158 kr
Round bowl - Large

Hasami Porcelain

Round bowl - Large

From 335 kr
Bottle
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Hasami Porcelain

Bottle

From 400 kr
Sugar Pot

Hasami Porcelain

Sugar Pot

From 112 kr
Large Rectangle Wood Tray

Hasami Porcelain

Large Rectangle Wood Tray

490 kr
Plate - medium

Hasami Porcelain

Plate - medium

225 kr
Coffee Dripper

Hasami Porcelain

Coffee Dripper

From 670 kr
Small Rectangle Wood Tray

Hasami Porcelain

Small Rectangle Wood Tray

370 kr
Wood Triangle Tray

Hasami Porcelain

Wood Triangle Tray

630 kr
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Hasami Porcelain for YŌNOBI

Our Hasami pottery selections combine modern Japanese aesthetics with the simplicity of contemporary kitchenware. Originating from the town of Hasami in Nagasaki during the Edo period of Japan, the crafting of Hasami Porcelain has been practiced for nearly 400 years. Today’s Hasami porcelainware is famously characterized by its minimalistic design and many functionalities.

The selections of our contemporary Japanese pottery are designed for everyday use. Hasami pottery is made durable for the lives of every modern household. If you have fallen for the simple looks of the Hasami design, you do not need to worry about wearing down your ceramic items.

Hasami Porcelainware is 100 percent dishwasher safe! You can even use Hasami ceramics to reheat your dinner or a cup of tea in the microwave. Food or drinks will not stain the porcelain.

Modern Tableware Design

Today's modern tableware design of Hasami Porcelain was created by Japanese artist Takuhiro Shinomoto. The designing philosophy of Shinomoto was to create simple and modern tableware using the original manufacturing techniques of Hasami craftsmen in Japan. These crafting techniques are found in every step in the process of making our ceramics - from molding the clay to the final touches.

In our shop, you will find a broad selection of Hasami dinnerware, cups, plates, bowls, teapots, and wooden trays. Our selection is manufactured in the town of Hasami in Japan. Here the unique crafting techniques have been passed down through generations of Japanese potters. Even though the pottery is manufactured through a mutual process, each product has its specialized characteristics reflected in the distinctiveness of each craftsman.

There is a certain comfort in touching the soft textures of Hasami pottery that you will undoubtedly notice at first glance. Mixing natural soil and stone, each piece has a textured surface that differentiates from creation to creation. The mixture of raw natural resources used in the glazing of the pottery gives it an organic vibe that resonates throughout our entire selection.

Made for Usability

Hasami pottery is produced for easy use with multi-functionality abilities. Originally the Japanese pottery techniques were developed by Hasami craftsmen for creating ceramics on a mass-production scale. This functionality in the design makes for a multitude of uses for every piece.

You will quickly discover how easy it is to fit Hasami on your kitchen shelves. Our Japanese pottery is easily stacked. Mugs, bowls, and plates can serve multiple functions and lids, serving trays or storage for your food. Hasami is a unique and modern pottery design perfect for every use and occasion.

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