studio m'

studio m' Mubyo small bowl red

$16.00 USD

A Japanese small bowl or sake cup in traditional design, named "Mubyo" literally meaning "six bottle gourds" in Japanese.

The shape represents the calyx of a bottle gourd, a Japanese auspicious motif that brings happiness to the table and people.

It is made of red earthenware, so there appear baked nuances around the mouth and the bottom. The exterior bowl is beautifully and exquisitely overglaze painted in Red, Black by hand. The interior bowl is colored 'soft and grayish' white, using the traditional Japanese "kohiki" technique, where the clay is covered with a layer of white powder-clay before transparent glazing. It results in seeable pretty pure colors of the food.

It can be used to serve pickles or appetizers and also to drink sake. It is elegantly footed, so you can feel a sense of specialty.

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  • Made in Japan
  • Size: φ96mm/ W96mm/ D96mm/ H45mm/ 120cc
  • Material: Porcelain

Care instruction

  • Microwave safe
  • Dishwasher Not safe
  • Oven Not safe


Color shade variations/irregularities: Affected by glazes and natural firing conditions such as changes in temperature, humidity and other climate elements and also how to receive the fire in the kiln chamber, each piece has own expression.

About the brand

STUDIO M' is a tableware brand of Marumitsu Poteri Japan, which was founded in 1950. Designed to be used at home, studio m' wants to convey the message that "meals are fun" and wants people to feel more enjoyable when they use the tableware. 

The design is a mix of French and Japanese styles. They are so elegant, fun and lovely, but they are also very easy to be taken care of and close to your daily life.

"Early bird" collection is the most well-known product line from studio m', but many other product lines are also very popular, such as the "pave" series, "lien" series, "framboise" series etc. With so many different product lines and choices, you will find that you always lack a piece of these beautiful creations.

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