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Keizan Kiln Arita Sarasa Fan-Shaped Sauce Dish

Keizan Kiln Arita Sarasa Fan-Shaped Sauce Dish

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Prepare to be amazed by the sheer elegance of this Arita-ware folding fan-shaped side dish with a stunning criss-crossed design. Its breathtaking design will leave a lasting impression on your guests, whether you decide to showcase a delightful side dish or a complementary sauce. Immerse yourself in the artistry of this dish, meticulously created to elevate your dining experience to new heights. 

No matter the occasion, this exquisitely painted tableware will transform your everyday meals into extraordinary moments.

* Please note this product is meticulously hand-drawn, resulting in unique variations in patterns and shades that may differ from the displayed product image - your dish will be unique to you.


Size: W 2.8in x L 4.7in x H 0.7in / W 7cm x L 12cm x H 1.8cm
Material: Porcelain

Care & Use

  • Avoid exposing tableware to direct stovetop heat or oven use to prevent cracking or breakage.
  • Refrain from microwaving tableware adorned with gold or silver.
  • Use a soft sponge or cloth instead of abrasive tools to prevent scratches during washing.
  • When using dish bleach, adhere to recommended times, especially for overglazed tableware.
  • Avoid dishwashers for overglazed dishes, as the strong water jet may peel off color.
  • Prevent surface scratches and pattern peeling by refraining from abrasive cleansers or scrubbers.
  • Steer clear of chlorine bleach to prevent discoloration or fading of colors.
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Arita Ware That Enriches Lives

Arita ware, originating from the town of Arita in Saga Prefecture, Japan, boasts a rich history that dates back to the early 17th century. Founded in around 1616, Arita became the first place in Japan to produce porcelain, drawing inspiration from Chinese Ming and Yuan dynasty ceramics. Under the patronage of the local feudal lord, Nabeshima Naoshige, skilled Korean potters were invited to Arita to share their expertise. The collaboration led to the establishment of a kiln in the area, marking the birth of Arita ware. Over the centuries, Arita ware has evolved stylistically, blending traditional craftsmanship with innovative designs, and continues to be celebrated globally for its fine porcelain and artistic excellence.

Inspired by the traditional patterns of Arita pottery, the skilled craftsmen at Keizan Kiln create original designs that seamlessly blend tradition with a contemporary aesthetic. The hand-painted patterns, meticulously brought to life by their artisans, exude an aura of elegance and refinement. Each piece offers a unique expression, while still sharing a common theme offering you a truly exceptional dining experience.

Brand History

Established in 1957 in a picturesque Arita Valley town, Keizan Kiln is a testament to the rich natural beauty of its surroundings. With a legacy spanning over four centuries, their family has diligently preserved the art of pottery-making, focusing on the intricate hand-painting technique. They take pride in keeping the flame of history alive. At Keizan Kiln, their pottery truly comes to life when it is used to serve food. Guided by their philosophy of "craftsmanship with food as the main attraction," their artisans believe that the true essence of tableware can only be fully appreciated when it is put to practical use.

At their core, they strive to provide products that seamlessly integrate into your daily routine. Each piece of tableware is meticulously crafted, with a strong emphasis on the smallest intricacies. Drawing inspiration from the rich heritage of Arita pottery, their skilled craftsmen have infused their contemporary sensibility into each original design. The result is a collection of elegant, refined hand-painted patterns exuding timeless beauty. No matter the occasion, their exquisitely painted tableware will transform your everyday meals into extraordinary moments.