As our predecessors made pottery according to the materials available in the place where they were
made, each region has its own characteristics. Since the pottery was made to fit this homemade clay,
we naturally settled on a thickness and simple shape that is style of the Jinenbo Kiln.
In addition, the part that affects the finish of the work is done by hand as much as possible, and I am
sure it is reflected in the work. In mass-production areas, many craftsmen work in a division of
labor to efficiently produce the same product, but in Karatsu, the artist consistently handles all the
work, thus emphasizing individuality and attention to materials. No two pieces made by such an
artist are exactly alike, even if they are part of a set.