Indigo Blue Mamezara
Indigo Blue Mamezara
Indigo Blue Mamezara

Indigo Blue Mamezara

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It's a deadstock Arita ware. This is painted some cute little flowers and Japanese patterns with Indigo blue color which is one of the famous colors as Arita-yaki.  It's the perfect size for small snacks such as chocolate and candy. 

Width: 3.9 inches

History of Arita ware

Arita is a town located in Nishimatsuura District, Saga Prefecture in Japan. The Arita ware(called Arita-yaki in Japanese) is one of the historical Japanese porcelain made in the area around the town of Arita. 

The term "Arita Ware" appears sporadically in records of the Edo period, but came into widespread use after 1897 during the Meiji period. In that year a railroad line to Arita was opened, making it possible for pottery to be shipped directly from Arita instead of going through the port of Imari.

 

Shipping

International orders will ship within 1-2 days via Yamato Trasport, and the estimated delivery time is 10-14 business days. Domestic orders will ship within 1-2 days via Click Post or Yamato Transport. All shipping methods include a tracking service. 


Cautions

Import duties, taxes, and charges are not included in the item price or shipping cost. These changes are the buyer's responsibility. Please check with your country's customs office to determine what these additional costs will be prior to buying. We appreciate your understanding. 

 



  • Product Details

    It's a deadstock Arita ware. This is painted some cute little flowers and Japanese patterns with Indigo blue color which is one of the famous colors as Arita-yaki. It's the perfect size for small snacks such as chocolate and candy.

    Width: 3.9 inches

    History of Arita ware

    Arita is a town located in Nishimatsuura District, Saga Prefecture in Japan. The Arita ware(called Arita-yaki in Japanese) is one of the historical Japanese porcelain made in the area around the town of Arita.

    The term "Arita Ware" appears sporadically in records of the Edo period, but came into widespread use after 1897 during the Meiji period. In that year a railroad line to Arita was opened, making it possible for pottery to be shipped directly from Arita instead of going through the port of Imari.

    Shipping

    Cautions

    Import duties, taxes, and charges are not included in the item price or shipping cost. These changes are the buyer's responsibility. Please check with your country's customs office to determine what these additional costs will be prior to buying. We appreciate your understanding.