Aside from its beautiful, sturdy minimalism, the Hasami Japanese Porcelain Dinnerware Collection comes with a distinguished pedigree. The Hasami district of Nagasaki has long been hailed as one of the foremost pottery districts in Japan. Porcelain was first made there during the Edo period almost 400 years ago, and the material was renowned not just in its home shores but also in Europe, having been exported overseas through the port of Nagasaki. This stackable ceramic dinnerware collection is made in Hasami, constructed from a unique mixture of porcelain and clay and featuring plates, bowls, mugs, serving vessels and trays. They’re available in a choice of three glaze options: matte black glaze, glossy grey glaze and a natural unglazed finish.