KEIZAN GAMA or Keizan kiln, is located in Sarukawa Valley in Arita surrounded by rich nature. The kiln was founded in 1957 by master potter Ryuichi Shinohara who began making all handmade, hand-painted dishes suitable for ryotei, high-end traditional Japanese restaurant. Since then, the kiln has been making dishes for different needs over 60 years. The kiln focuses on craft making that highlights every cuisine and promises care, reliability and safety of its ware. mg&gk, short for mogumogu (the sound you make when eating) and gokugoku (the sound you make when drinking), is a new collection of porcelain wares by Keizan Kiln. Familiar motifs, painted with the blue pigment called gosu, adorned these wares. The Baguette Plate is designed with motifs based on Kisshomonyo, or Japanese traditional auspicious motifs, such as Nami (wave), Shippo (seven treasures), and Asanoha (hemp leaves).