Main group shot of Musubu Vase Small and Large
Large Musubu Vase with flowers
Small Musubu Vase with flowers
Group shot - large and small musubu vase from Japan
Musubu Vase - black and white still life

Ceramic Japan

Musubu Vase

Sale price£145.00

The "MUSUBU" vase, a distinctive Japanese porcelain creation, offers versatility in its use. Crafted from fine porcelain, this knotted flower vase features an innovative central barrier that prevents water from spilling out, ensuring functionality in various orientations. Beyond its practical use, the MUSUBU vase also serves as an elegant objet d'art, adding aesthetic value even without flowers. This piece is a testament to the craftsmanship of Makoto Komatsu, renowned for his work in white porcelain.

Design by: Makoto Komatsu

Born in Tokyo, Japan, Makoto Komatsu graduated from the Craft Design Department of the Musashino Art Junior College. He worked in the Craft Design Office of Musashino Art University and was a professor at Musashino Art University in 1999. He won the Exhibition Design Award at the 1st Mino International Ceramics Exhibition in 1986. He has held solo exhibitions in Ikebukuro, Ginza, Yushima, Roppongi and other places in Tokyo. He has also participated in international exhibitions in Japan and over the world, such as the World Modern Ceramic Art Exhibition in Shanghai and the 4th World Ceramic Biennale in Korea.

Ceramic Japan

Established in 1973 in Seto, Japan, a city with a rich 1300-year history in pottery, Ceramic Japan masterfully blends traditional craftsmanship with contemporary design. Their products stand out for their artistic excellence and functionality, reflecting a commitment to high-quality, innovative design. This unique fusion has garnered numerous design awards, securing Ceramic Japan's reputation both domestically and internationally.