Hasami Porcelain

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studio x kitchen, Dronningens Tværgade 52, 1302 Copenhagen, Denmark
Hasami Porcelain
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Porcelain has been produced in Hasami for the past four centuries. Building on this heritage, Hasami Porcelain was born under the direction of Takuhiro Shinomoto. Clean lines, organic textures and multifunctional designs define the brand’s tableware. Inspired by traditional jubako tiered boxes, the modular products can be easily stacked for efficient storage. Passing through the hands of various craftspeople during the course of production, each piece is finally stamped by hand, completing its truly unique character.

For the launch of the Grey Collection, Hasami Porcelain has collaborated with studio x kitchen to create a cafe space where the various products can be experienced first-hand. Additionally, Copenhagen-based photographer Maya Matsuura will document the cafe on the first day.

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