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TAMAKI incorporates unique elements into their designs, often described as being 80% standard and 20% playful. This approach allows the creation of products that are both fun and practical, adding a touch of personality and enjoyment to everyday routines. Tamaki is known for its use of traditional Japanese techniques and materials, including locally sourced clay and glazes.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is the history of Tamaki?

Tamaki was founded in 1998 by ceramic artist Yuki Hayama, who has a passion for preserving traditional Japanese ceramic techniques while also creating unique and modern designs. The name "Tamaki" is derived from the Japanese word for "sphere."

What is special about Tamaki ceramics?

One of the signature styles of Tamaki's pottery is the use of "yohen," a glazing technique that creates unique patterns and colours on the surface of the pottery. This technique involves firing the pottery at high temperatures and then quickly cooling it down, creating a beautiful and unpredictable effect.

Where is Tamaki from?

Tamaki's ceramics are handcrafted by skilled artisans in the town of Kasama, located in Ibaraki Prefecture, Japan. Each piece is made using a combination of traditional and modern techniques, including hand throwing, moulding, and glazing. The clay used to make Tamaki's pottery is sourced from the nearby mountains and is known for its unique texture and colour.

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