It is the introduction of Ken Kato’s Minoyaki Shino Hanairi.
“Scraping off” refers to applying paint or glaze or cosmetic soil on the entire surface of a substrate without drawing it with a brush, and then scratching the pattern or the ground between them and baking it. In this case, Shino’s glaze was once applied, and then the glaze was vertically scraped off and baked. This flower case has been designed by entering Shino glazes in stripes.
The size is not too big, not too small, and also fit in the modern housing situation, there is also a sense of size and luxury. As a feature, the shape is a slender scale, but when the mouth part is closed and a flower is produced, it is a flower holder that is easy to be developed without spreading outside, and even a little flower is a picture enough.
Because the color is also white, it is a color that also shines flowers.