"MINSK VASE" where the cracks in the glaze create the beauty of nature
The glaze is quenched after firing to make it crackle. Since ancient times, Japanese ceramics have had a culture of enjoying cracks as a “taste”, and while the shape is modern, the design is somewhat familiar.
The vertically long shape is also cute, and the roundness of the ground surface has a somewhat unstable cuteness.
The method of cracking is different for each product, so it is also attractive that you can enjoy the uniqueness like nature.