Japanese grinding bowl/mortar (Suribachi)

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Post by Noahsarko5 on August 8th 2019, 11:19 am

Can't remember when or where I got this, but a personal favourite. I would love to know who made it.Japanese grinding bowl/mortar (Suribachi) 20190820
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Post by NaomiM on August 8th 2019, 11:28 am

It’s a Japanese grinding bowl - their form of a mortar and pestle. Traditional form that has become quite popular in the West at the moment.

found this info about such mortars and pestals (the bowl didnt show a mark but I'm assuming it came from the same region)

Katakuchi Suribachi & Surikogi Set
Made by MOTOSHIGE, a small potter specialized in making mortars and graters. Based in Iwami region in Shimane Prefecture, in the western Japan, MOTOSHIGE carries on the craftsmanship of historic Iwami-yaki Pottery of the region. Iwami-yaki is known for its rustic look and extra-durable material.

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