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設計師：大治將典 – 與肌膚互動的器物
以誠實、毫不造假的「有素材感的生活」為目標，JICON就是製作呈現出「白的本色」。一般「有田燒」的燒製方式，並不是以燒製青白色的「還原燒成」 ( 燒成溫度1300度方式製成 )，而是以能夠呈現自然且柔和的白色之「酸化燒成」(燒成溫度1240度) 方式燒製而成的。
在陶器之外，即便是磁器，為了能將原本的陶石或釉藥的素材感呈現出來，以及大膽表現出褐色斑點 (磁土或釉藥中含鐵的成份所致) 與附帶有砂粒感的微粒子，製作過程中幾乎不去攪拌釉藥，就是為了在器物的表面能夠呈現出鐵粉或微粒子殘留的感覺。不要被漂白過的那種白色，而是要呈現素材本身的白色。「有田燒」的普通釉藥的攪拌時間是20個小時以上，這樣才能將鐵粉或是微粒子磨細，呈現出光滑的表面。
Series of geometrical plates that combine the East and West. Japanese traditional shapes can also be used to serve Western style cuisine designed by Oji Masanori.
The SUMI corner plates are designed based on traditional details of the Arita ware. The SUMI corners come in different shapes of plates, diamond, hexagonal and octagonal.
By introducing this line in different sizes of plates, although they hold a Japanese taste, they are designed to project an air of Western soft-paste porcelain from the 18th-19th century offering a fusion of the East and West.
Perfect for Japanese cuisines, such as raw fish (sashimi) dishes, self-serve dishes, as well as Western cuisines such as one plate dishes or for serving many people in parties.
JICON is a porcelain brand launched together with a Japanese designer, OJI Masanori. The brand name means "porcelain (JI) in modern times (CON)." In the Buddhist words, JICON means "seize the day." It also denotes "porcelain (JI) created by the house of IMAMURA" of the Touetsugama kiln, founded 350 years ago. (Note that "IMA" means "modern times" in Japanese and can be paraphrased as "CON.") The founder of the JICON brand, IMAMURA Hajime, later in 2014 became independent as IMAMURA Porcealin. IMAMURA Porcelain makes porcelains for daily life with their traditional white porcelain techniques using Amakusa Touseki (porcelain stone).