Ceramic cups by taobao - I love these! The beauty of them, the simplicity, the dual textures in your hand, the illusion of movement the drops create, the gentle earth tone colors. Of course they are by a Japanese artist...beautiful.

Ceramic cups by taobao - I love these! The beauty of them, the simplicity, the dual textures in your hand, the illusion of movement the drops create, the gentle earth tone colors. Of course they are by a Japanese artist. What is this glaze?

Un placer tomar el té en éstas tacitas.-

A handmade stoneware tea mug shaped like a cute little elephant with a handy compartment to stash a tea bag after brewing. You can find it on urban outfitters

i love how the stacked plates look like the rings in a pond when you drop in a pebble.  Mervyn Gers

i love how the koi fish stacked plates look like the rings in a pond when you drop in a pebble.

#bywstudent Clever way to show a collection of plates, without actually putting them on a wall. I love the camera angle and pattern in which they're put down. Backdrop very interesting texture against the porcelain. Clever

Clever way to show a collection of plates, without actually putting them on a wall. I love the camera angle and pattern in which they're put down. Backdrop very interesting texture against the porcelain.

Doris ceramics... ok not paper but definitely inspired by origami! beautiful!:

ok not paper but definitely inspired by origami! (Ah ceramic paper cranes.crane curtains made in delicate porcelain.

段々の部分は、わさびの待機場所にぴったりです。 http://matomeno.in/products/item-10103.html

kitchen ware - so brilliant. think of olive oil and balsamic vinegar or soy sauce and wasabe!

Nendo redesigned chopsticks, one of the oldest Japanese utensils , beautiful design ++

Nendo redesigned chopsticks, one of the oldest Japanese utensils, using a manufacturing techniques known as “Wakasa-nuri” design nendo chopsticks japan

Wappa - a traditional japanese craftwork. they bend thin slices of cedar in round shape and staple the edges by small pieces of cherry bark. because it is made of wood, it keeps moisture in rice in the best balance, as well as keeping food from decay. (these cups designed by Yukio Hashimoto)                                                                                                                                                                                 More

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Sleek, elegant Japanese design: Created by designer Yukio Hashimoto. The pieces are hand crafted using the traditional Japanese craft technique of "wappa" or wood bending. Wooden boards are bent in hot water, creating beautiful curves

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