The V60 Ceramic Dripper was born in a town called Arita.
The V60 Ceramic Dripper in your hand is, in fact, crafted with the traditional Arita yaki method, which has been handed down for 400 years. The long-held Japanese ’Monozukuri’ (innovative production) spirit that pays attention to small details supports the functional beauty of HARIO.
Made in ARITA, JAPAN
Arita yaki is proud of the refined technique handed down through its 400 years of history.
Each piece is carefully crafted by artisans.
The main raw
material is crushed powder of porcelain stone. Fine-grained, durable,
and easy to handle, it is used extensively. The firing temperature for
the porcelain is higher than for pottery (from 1,250 to 1,300 degrees
Celcius) so vitreous substances contained in large quantities in the raw
material for Arita yaki melt well, making the finished work almost as
hard as the original mineral.
Featuring delicate Japanese handwork, warmth, and reliable production technique refined in Arita, a town known for its ceramics.
Arita yaki is
proud of the refined technique handed down through its 400 years of
history. Each piece is carefully crafted by artisans. HARIO’s
'Monozukuri' (innovative production) attitude = Functional beauty +
Design concepts from users’ viewpoints + HARIO’s quality policy. These
values are shared with Arita yaki, and this is why HARIO selected the
town to produce the V60 with the seal “made in Arita, Japan” on it.