NOVEMBER

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TOKONAME TRADITIONAL POTS MADE IN JAPAN EXCLUSIVELY AT THE TOSHIZO WATANABE EXHIBITION CENTER

Tokoname traditional pots built especially for fermentation will be available at the Toshizo Watanabe Exhibition Center beginning November 1. Available in white, blue, and brown for $35 each for a limited time only. Additional styles available in person or at www.hakko.online.

If you would like to place an advance order, please contact kito@jaccc.org with the color and quantity desired. Pick-up at JACCC only, no shipping available.

TRADITIONAL KAME

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Traditional style KAME are perfect for making miso and other fermented foods. Tokoname ware is one of Six Ancient Kilns in Japan, produced in and around Tokoname, Aichi prefecture.

For over 900 years, Tokoname crocks have been known for their quality in both material and manufacturing method. The red clay of the Tokoname contains many clays and iron, and is sintered with low water absorption. The thickness of the clay prevents the inside from being affected by the outside temperature making it ideal for the preparation and storage of pickles, miso, plum, bran pickles, etc.


Toshizo Watanabe Exhibition Center

November 2018 Hours

 

Monday – Friday
12–5 PM

CLOSED 11/21–23

 

To purchase Tokoname items outside of store hours, visit www.hakko.online or contact kito@jaccc.org.