My autumn Wabi Sabi Table

My autumn Wabi Sabi Table

Autumn also arrives on my table, bringing warm colors and rough, crumpled fabric. My favorite table is a refined elegance, Wabi Sabi, but at the same time naturally informal. Like those who know the rules but deliberately choose to ignore…

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Clay Stories

Clay Stories

Tales of clay, tales of earth. Every clay has its story; encountering it is akin to meeting a person. What’s its personality? Will we get along? Will the clay mesh with my refined, somewhat snobbish glazes? Will it suit my…

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Clay is the new yoga

Clay is the new yoga

Clay has become the new yoga. It’s not surprising; in fact, it encompasses many Zen aspects. Working with clay requires being in harmony with the laws of nature and the cosmos. It means respecting the clay, handling it properly, and…

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Ancient ceramic technique

Ancient ceramic technique

One day, the idea of creating triangular dishes struck me. I wasn’t even sure if it was possible to craft them by hand. I envisioned them with a smooth, satin surface, adorned with a subtle craquelure to add intrigue to…

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September feeling

September feeling

Autumn is the wabi sabi season for excellence September always marks the tail end of summer, as the days grow shorter and the air carries a different scent, more invigorating, reminiscent of leaves. September also signals the start of school;…

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