Kamasada
Studio

JAPAN  
Studio Kamasada

This is the long-standing Japanese Nanbu Ironware studio that has a continuous history dating back to the Meiji Period (1868-1912). The studio's name 'Kamasada' was formed using the first character from 'Sadakichi', the name of its founder.
While preserving the traditional production method of Nanbu ironware passed down from former generations, the black-colored sense of weight and the simple modern design is given a light finish. The master craftsmen of today create a broad variety of items, ranging from tableware to ornaments, for which they are know far and wide both at home and abroad.




Iron Ceramic Bowl Courtesy Metrocs

Iron Ceramic Bowl


D E S I G N E R
Studio Kamasada

P R O D U C E R

Metrocs, Japan

M A T E R I A L   A N D   D I M E N S I O N S
ceramic
Diam.125 H.65mm
Iron Ceramic Bowl was produced during the 1960s by Kamasada and is now being reproduced by the three companies of Kamasada, Ceramic Japan, and Metrocs.
This beautiful bowl boasts a combination of the sense of Ironware's weight and the smooth textures of ceramics.
There are five types of ironware lids to choose from.
 

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