Details, use & additional images

Designed and made in Kyoto (Japan).

Product description
Hand-made and hand-painted square luncheon plate (19.5 cm / ab. 7.7 in), featuring signature pattern of red dots on gold-color paint. Designed and made by Kyoto-based potter and artist Naoto Suzuki, 4th generation potter of Kiyomizu-yaki.
Use your table as a frame to this hand-made plate. A very Japanese feel, with a unique universal twist of fine artisanship.

The plate comes in an especially designed, Kyoto-made wooden box, called kiribako.

This items is part of a line by the potter, called Kindami Enshō, which includes a sake flask, a sake cup, and small plates. Check the full set on the potter's collection page or contact us if you would like to have an estimate to purchase the full set.

Instructions for use
This kind of tableware is very likely to be used on a Japanese table as a plate form main dishes - see our article about Japanese tableware for examples of uses.
On a Western table, it's the perfect choice to serve single portions of pasta, rice and risotto, salad and vegetables, or any type of food that requires some extra depth. It is also be suitable for thicker soups such as corn soup or vegetables cream.
Please read further details in the Care & Notes section below.