Today, a variety of different foods transcending nationality and style grace our dining tables. “Common”, tableware that is not swayed by the times and that accommodates a range of environments, emerged under such circumstances. They’ve ensured stability in both quality and price so that “Common” can be used in a wide variety of ways and for an extended time by a great number of people. This tableware has a carefully fashioned form and accomplishes functionality and practicality catering for a variety of uses.
Designed By Award Winning Designer Yota Kakuda
Born in Japan in 1979. Traveled to England in 2003, where he gained experience under AZUMI and Ross Lovegrove. Graduated from Royal College of Art in 2007. Having gained further experience at MUJI upon his return to Japan, he went independent and established YOTA KAKUDA DESIGN in 2011. He works in collaboration with such companies as Ligne Roset, KIRIN, MUJI, and ICHIRO.
Manufactured by Saikai Ceramics
Saikai Ceramics, located in Hasami in the Northen part of Nagasaki.
It has a long history from the Edo period of about 400 years ago.Hirakikama was the original pottery since high-quality raw materials were found for producing porcelain, they moved to porcelain-making with a focus on celadon dyes. in the late Edo period, large production volumes of blue and white porcelain became a traditional Japanese style which was, and still are commonly used by people all over the country. and in more recent times have begun collaborating with many Award-winning designers.
Each teapot comes with a high-quality fine stainless steel strainer inside.