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This little vase was hand crafted in Shiga, Japan and features blue painted characters throughout. It's pleasant and traditional vibe will blend seamlessly in with your current decor.

About Shigaraki

Situated right below Lake Biwa and close to Kyoto, Shigaraki is one of the oldest pottery producing places in Japan. With a rich history dating back to over 1,200 years, Shigaraki-yaki (Shigaraki ware) is known as one of the six ancient kilns in Japan. Hechimon is a signature collection by a third-generation Shigaraki-yaki producer, Marui Seito.

About Marui Seito

Marui Seito is a third generation Shigaraki-yaki (Shigaraki ware) producer. At Marui Seito, their craftsmen are committed to creating a wide range of pottery pieces with unremitting efforts to meet the needs of people since the Taisho period. Hechimon is Marui Seito's signature Shigaraki-yaki tableware collection. The brand name, Hechimon, is derived from the Japanese word used by the Shigaraki-yaki craftsmen for "one of a kind" or "unique things". Embracing various shapes and patterns that both nature and craftsmen bring about, the name, Hechimon, represents the craftsmen's playfulness and truthfulness to their products.




Iga, Japan
35.6869° N, 139.7494° E

Shiga Prefecture (滋賀県, Shiga-ken) is a prefecture of Japan located in the Kansai region of Honshu. Lake Biwa, Japan's largest, is located at the centre of this prefecture. It occupies one-sixth of its area.

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