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The fancy chopstick rest of persimmon is a piece of Mino Ware.
Persimmon, called Kaki in Japanese, is a seasonal tradition of autumn in Japan. You may find persimmon trees in (small) yard of Japanese houses. This persimmon chopstick rest represents ripe persimmon in great vermilion color.
Mino Ware, aka MinoYaki is a type of traditional Japanese porcelain wares made Gifu Prefecture, north of Tokyo. Mino Ware is a ceramic ware representing 50% share in the Japanese market. Originated in the time of unglazed ceramic ware.
Product Details of Chopstick Rest Persimmon
Content: 1 chopstick rest
Size: W5.8cm (W2.3″)
Type of ware: Mino Ware
Made in: Gifu Prefecture