Mamezara “Tiny Dish” Exhibition at ACROS

START: Mar 5, 2019 END: Mar 10, 2019

Mamezara or ‘tiny dishes’ are used in Japanese households every day for holding sauces and side dishes. They are essential pieces of Japanese tableware which add to the warmth and coziness of meals. The mamezara on display feature traditional Koishiwara ceramic designs such as tobi-kanna (chatter marking) and hakeme (brush marking). Enjoy browsing and finding sets of the same dishes or pick up different dishes which catch your fancy. Mamezara are light and small, making them a good souvenir from Japan!

• 3/5 (Tue.) ~ 3/10 (Sun.)
• 10:00~18:00 (3/10: ~16:00)
• Free entry, mamezara painting workshop: ¥500 (*finished works will be delivered to your address via cash on delivery after being fired in the kiln. Domestic post only.)
• Takumi Gallery, 2F ACROS Fukuoka
1-1-1 Tenjin, Chuo-ku, Fukuoka

Published: Feb 27, 2019 / Last Updated: Feb 27, 2019

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