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Artesano Kero (Alberto Shiroma x Nakama Isao)

Nakama Pottery
¥10,000
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A stylish ARTESANO collaboration courtesy of the unexpected pairing of musician Alberto Shiroma and ceramic artist Isao Nakama. Isao Nakama set the...
小計 ¥10,000

Artesano Kero (Alberto Shiroma x Nakama Isao)

Product details

A stylish ARTESANO collaboration courtesy of the unexpected pairing of musician Alberto Shiroma and ceramic artist Isao Nakama. Isao Nakama set the base with his immense pottery talent and together with Alberto Shiroma, the pair collaborated on both the design and painting.

Alberto Shiroma is a popular musician and the grandson of Uchinanchu immigrants who immigrated from Okinawa to Peru. 100 years later, he took inspiration from his Okinawan roots through using Yachimun pottery in this collaboration. In ancient times, kero were ceremonials cups used in the Inca Empire. The guitar design is painted by Alberto Shiroma, and the ear of barley by Isao Nakama. Both with Icchin technique.

  • Diameter: 9cm 
  • Depth: 15.5cm
  • Weight: 350g

Please note:
1) Yachimun products are all lovingly hand-made, ensuring only the highest quality products are on offer. There may be slight differences in pattern, shape, and color, and products appear slightly different from how they are listed on our website.
2) Listed items are also being sold in the Yomitan Village and may be out of stock at the time of purchase. In cases where products are unavailable, orders may be canceled and refunded.


  • Microwave oven → Usable
  • Oven → Unusable
  • Dishwasher → Usable, but not recommended.
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