Gorohachi bowl is known to have been made by potter Takahara Gorohachi from the Hizen (present-day Saga and Nagasaki prefectures) in the early Edo period（1603～1651).
The bowl was widely used in that era not only for rice, but also for sake, tea, and side dishes. It's a piece that truly represents a vessel for daily life.
568 is from the Chinese character for Gorohachi.
This Gorohachi bowl features a hedge with camellia flowers. The combination of bright red and deep green hues will please your routine tea break or add an accent to a dinner table.
It comes with a dedicated gift box.
What is Hasami Porcelin
Hasami is a small town located in Nagasaki Japan and the porcelain industry flourished in Hasami over 400 years ago there. Hasami porcelain has been producing durable tableware for daily use since the Edo period. In recent years, Hasami porcelain has been attracting much attention in Japan for its simpleness, beautiful design and durability.
Size: L11.5×W 11.5×H7(cm)
Made in Japan