Kako is the Japanese word for crater. The title was chosen because the work resembles the fiery mouth of a volcano and was coincidentally also made using fire. Another example of a unique collaboration between the craftsmen of the Echizen area: Kako was created in earthenware by ceramicist Mitsuo Kasatsuji and lacquered by the craftsmen of Tsujinao lacquer ware. A unique product with a unique combination of materials.
Materials: earthenware, urushi lacquer
Colour: Vermilion red and Urushi black
Size: ⌀ 20.5 cm, 5.6 cm tall
Weight: 450 grams