The overlapping of glazes creates an expression of the infinite. Called “Keshiki” (landscape) in the world of the tea ceremony, it has been likened to the often-changing landscape of Japan. Not merely reproducing scenery in color and form, this style of ceramic ware embodies the perception of nature itself.
T.Nishikawa & Co., Inc. presents “Mitate”, a brand of Kyoto and Kiyomizu Ware inspired by the experience of landscape. Please enjoy the beauty of these items. It is a beauty produced by the projection of the abundant experience of Kyoto’s seasons upon the five senses. The more it is used, the more it will evoke fascination.