Hodakapottery

Handmade high fired functional pottery by Hodaka Hasebe

Rochester, New York · 4009 Sales

Hodakapottery

Handmade high fired functional pottery by Hodaka Hasebe

Rochester, New York 4009 Sales On Etsy since 2007

5 out of 5 stars
(1538)

Announcement   Stoneware handmade pottery mugs, bowls, teapots, casseroles, platters, earring holders in turquoise and tenmoku black. My pottery is designed to be simple, easy to handle, and go with any kind of foods to use everyday.

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For continent US, small item (small bowls, mugs) is shipped via UPSP, and larger item (casserole, chip& dip) via FedEx home delivery or USPS parcel.

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For the international shipment, please contact me for the cost of shipping.
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I am happy to ship directly to gift recipients and include a complimentary gift note. Just let me know in the "Note to Seller" box during the Etsy checkout. (i.e. Happy Birthday! Love, Your Name).

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Last updated on Dec 19, 2017

Stoneware handmade pottery mugs, bowls, teapots, casseroles, platters, earring holders in turquoise and tenmoku black. My pottery is designed to be simple, easy to handle, and go with any kind of foods to use everyday.

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http://www.hodakapottery.com/blog
http://www.facebook.com/pages/Hodaka-Pottery/142149204059

Proud member of the EtsyMudTeam - http://etsymudteam.craft-sense.com

Proud member of ArtisansGalleryTeam
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Orders are shipped 1-2 days of the receipt of payment.

For continent US, small item (small bowls, mugs) is shipped via UPSP, and larger item (casserole, chip& dip) via FedEx home delivery or USPS parcel.

Some items show "Shipping to Canada", based on USPS First-Class Mail International. (Please combo me for shipping cost for combined items.)

For the international shipment, please contact me for the cost of shipping.
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I am happy to ship directly to gift recipients and include a complimentary gift note. Just let me know in the "Note to Seller" box during the Etsy checkout. (i.e. Happy Birthday! Love, Your Name).

Hodaka Hasebe

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Average item review
5 out of 5 stars
(1538)
Heather

Heather on Apr 17, 2018

5 out of 5 stars

I purchased this butter dish for my mother and I think she's gonna love it! The dish arrived well packaged and in a timely manner. There was a miscommunication during my purchase in that Hodaka told me that the butter dish I'd chosen had been sold to someone else. Hodaka immediately offered me three other butter dishes to choose from, and offered to make another one, if I preferred. I would totally purchase another item from Hodaka. She was wonderful to work with and creates beautiful butter dishes!

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About

Functional pottery for daily use.

I was born and grew up in Tokyo, and have lived in Rochester, N.Y. since 1989 when I started potting. I worked as a market researcher and was involved with many products; foods, soft drinks, magazine, camera and so on. I learned the importance of making good products.

Why pottery? A potter, it sounds good, doesn’t it?

I dreamed of being one for a long time. I was once told not touch clay because it attracts people mysteriously, later days of Picasso, for instance. When I married and moved here, my dream was realized with my wife’s warmest support. I have had no formal pottery training except a pottery club during my university days, when I became possessed by the clay.

I love making pottery, especially functional; I call it “Zakki (a bunch of pots)”. My pots are designed to be simple, easy to handle, and go with any kind of foods at a reasonable price for you to use everyday. Japanese use many different kinds of dishes, colors and shapes, to decorate a meal and a table. Next time you cook or serve a meal, please imagine which dish sets off (cheers up) your meal.

My pottery is stoneware, which is wheel-thrown or slab-built, and fired to cone 10 (approximately 2350 degrees) in reduction atmosphere. Glazed with blue, or turquoise, inspired by mountains and a sky with a hint of Japanese flavor. Indeed, I am named Hodaka after the third highest mountain in Japan where I enjoyed camping, climbing and hot springs many times. Vast clouds and sky in the US are incredible.

I hope you enjoy my pottery for many years to come.

Hodaka Hasebe

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  • Hodaka Hasebe

    Owner, Maker, One Person Pottery Studio

    I was born and grew up in Tokyo, and have lived in Rochester, N.Y. since 1989 when I started potting. I worked as a market researcher in prior. I have a studio in downtown Rochester, NY.

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