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Oribe Flower Vase / Ryotaro Kato

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Crafted and fired in anagama kiln over many days, this vase is an artistic creation by Ryotaro Kato. The green glaze serendipitously flows from bright green to deep blue when fired, harmonizing with the vase's graceful silhouette. Its refined presence effortlessly conveys a message, evoking a range of senses, and leaving a lasting impression.

For more story about Ryotaro Kato, visit our online media at Kogei Standard.
  • Area: Tajimi, Gifu Prefecture
  • Artist: Ryotaro Kato 
  • Material: Ceramic
  • Size: φ110 (longest rim diameter) x H245mm
  • This product comes with its original wooden box.
  • Only available in Singapore.
Crafted By

Ryotaro Kato
A ceramic artist based in Tajimi, Gifu Prefecture, Ryotaro Kato is the eighth generation of the “Kobeigama” Kiln family. He is deeply passionate about using “ana-gama” (literally, “cave”) kilns and produces mainly Mino tea ceramics in styles such as Shino, Setoguro and Oribe. He is also well versed in the tea ceremony and calligraphy, and conveys the beauty of Japan’s unique culture through his works. While building on tradition, he continues to actively refine his own sensibilities and take on the challenge of new projects.

Care Instructions

- Wash before first use with water or warm water.
- Do not use in dishwasher or microwave.
- Do not use in oven or on open fire.
- Clean the product with non-abrasive, soft scouring pad.
- For your own safety, do not use any item that is chipped or cracked.

Shipping & Delivery

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Pickup available at 24 Duxton Hill, Singapore 089607.
Usually ready in 2 hours.

Oribe Flower Vase / Ryotaro Kato
Oribe Flower Vase / Ryotaro Kato

Frequently Asked Questions

Where are the products made?

All products are made in various areas and prefectures across Japan. HULS Gallery Singapore curates and presents a collection of fine crafts from across Japan, each with a unique heritage and expression, collectively highlighting Japan's distinctive appreciation of beauty.

Is there any physical store in Singapore?

Yes, we have 3 locations in Singapore.

Duxton Hill - Flagship
24 Duxton Hill, Singapore 089607.
11:00 - 19:00 (Monday - Saturday and excluding Public Holidays)

Millenia Walk
9 Raffles Blvd #01-36/37, Singapore 039596.
11:00 - 20:00 (Daily)

Takashimaya Department Store, B1, Japanese Tableware Section

What are the shipping charges?

1. Local Shipping (Standard)

The shipping fee is SGD10.00 (up to 2kgs) and free shipping for purchase over SGD300 & above.
Please note that this applies to local shipping only.

2. Local Shipping (Express)

The shipping fee is SGD25.00 (up to 20kgs). For purchase over SGD300 & above, you may enjoy a special rate of SGD15.00 for express shipping.
Please note that this applies to local shipping only.

When can I receive my order?

1. Local Shipping (Standard)

Upon receiving your order, please allow us 1-3 business days to prepare the shipment. Your order should arrive within 3-5 business days.

2. Local Shipping (Express)

To secure delivery on next day, please place your order before 2pm and choose express shipping. For orders made by 4pm between Monday to Friday, we will schedule delivery on the next day. For orders made on Sundays and Public Holidays, the earliest delivery will be on the following business day.

Mode of express shipment: Lalamove

Is there an option for self-collection?

Yes, you may opt for self-collection for your ordered items at Duxton Hill gallery.

Once you proceed to checkout the items in your cart, you will be guided to the payment page. In the delivery method section, please choose the "Pick up" option. We will send you an email notification as soon as the item is ready for pickup.

Upon your arrival at the gallery, kindly provide your name and order number for verification purposes.

Can you gift wrap my order?

For products that come with a box, you may choose ribbon wrapping (+SGD1) or mizuhiki wrapping (+SGD2).