Glaze Science 

Uniqueness is hand-made . . .

. . . and this is the science of the art of  Maru.

The process of making glaze begins with selecting specific woods to make the ash used in glazes.  

Each species of tree creates a unique color and finish.  Even leaves can produce colors that are different from their source blanches. 

The glaze making process takes about a year and half, which includes months of testing different combinations of ingredients.