Scenes from our kiln and studio
Lin collection is individually produced in Arita with care. They exist thanks to Arita’s 400 years of accumulated techniques and owe who they are to Ko-Imari ware, Kakiemon ware, and Nabeshima ware. Had we not been in Arita, we might not have invented the Lin porcelain line.
Countless rounds of trial and error lead to Lin’s metal-like look, unique texture, and magical colors, which change color depending on the viewing angle. However, the manufacturing process is a very traditional one. Many years of Akae porcelain painters’ craftsmanship breathes life into the unique materials.
Due to the nature of the material and manufacturing process, there may be some intrusion on the surface of the tableware, shades of color, and areas where the glaze is not applied.
* Since all the steps are done by hand, the atmosphere such as size and thickness may differ from one to another. We hope you enjoy it as a unique handmade texture.
Please take care and use while paying attention to the following points.