momo × Kyoto ware/Kiyomizu ware / Bread dish blueberry jam

by タナカ製陶+田辺 桂


momo × Tanaka Ceramics + Katsura Tanabe

A bread plate supervised by momo, a creator who loves bread. A Kyoto painter reproduces the creator's design.

It is a vessel that allows you to enjoy a single loaf of bread.

Not only can you put a square loaf of bread on it and eat it, but you can also put a loaf of bread in a bag and decorate your morning table.

There are fun options for bread to choose what to eat today.
This plate filled with bread love is a picture of toast with plenty of blueberry jam.

The point is that even after you finish eating the bread, you'll want to say, "There's bread!"

| Product name |
A device that allows you to fully enjoy a single loaf of bread

| Materials |

| Actual size |
About: 165mm x 165mm Height about 36mm

| Cleaning method and handling precautions |
Please note that it is fragile.

| About delivery date |
If there is stock: We will respond on the same day.
Out of stock: Limited quantity sales

| Others |
Because each product is handmade and hand-painted, there are individual differences in color and shape.

| Supervised TikTok Creator |
As a new graduate, she joined a company in her hometown of Kyoto and worked there for three years. After her husband's job transfer, she searched for jobs rooted in the local community in Shikoku, Kanto, and Hokkaido. During that time, I worked in a wide range of departments such as personnel and general affairs, marketing, secretary, public relations, sales, book editing, design, product planning, expressive activities with children (Takamatsu City “artist” dispatch project), sports coach (badminton), etc. experience the profession. In 2017, my 10th year as a working adult, I resumed watercolor painting, which I loved as a child, between childcare and work. When I drew pictures of bread and other things I liked and posted them on SNS, I continued to receive requests for drawings of bread and delicious food, and now I am also active as an illustrator. The reason why I draw a lot of bread is because I like bread and eat it often, the charm that no two are the same, and my gratitude to the breads that gave me energy when I was having a hard time.

| Production craftsmen |
Daiki Tanaka (ceramics)
A ceramic artist active in Kyoto with the theme of making pottery that is close to life. Various vessels born from the gap between art and products provide a special presence that colors your life.

Katsura Tanabe (painting)
He is a Kyo ware Kiyomizu ware craftsman who works at the 100-year-old pottery Mori Shunzan in Sennyuji Ward, Kyoto City. there is The creator's design was reproduced using the painting technique cultivated at the pottery.

Please check before ordering

-About colors and images-

We strive to reproduce the real thing as much as possible, but there may be slight differences in color tone depending on your monitor.

-Cancellation, returns and exchanges-

If you receive a product that is different from what you ordered, or if the product is damaged, we will accept a return or exchange if you contact us within 7 days. We cannot accept returns or exchanges for any other reason.

When the product arrives, please check the product first.

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