ROSANJIN UTSUSHI NO UTSUWA
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Kitaōji Rosanjin(1883-1959) was the pseudonym for a noted artist and epicure during the early to mid-Shōwa period of Japan. His real name was Kitaōji Fusajirō, but he is best known by his artistic name, Rosanjin.
Rosanjin, who is also known as a potter and a gourmet.
It is said that he created and produced all the tableware to be used.
His free-spirited style is still a longing target.
This bowl was copied and revived in the present age by the technique of Mino ware.
This bowl can be used for salad, cereal, fruit. Ice cream, small dish and many ways to decorate your table.
6.2"x7"x6.9" / 15.7cm x 17.8cm x 17.4cm