In this section, we present Hyochien, which is a seminal form of Old Noritake, Harumitsu Kato, from which Old Noritake obtained its physical materials, and Coralene, which is an outstanding and meticulous technique. Coralene features the gradation of vivid colors and flower and leaves patterns produced using tiny glass beads. The Noritake Company could not produce the Coralene style of porcelains due to patent restrictions. It is clearly incorrect to consider Coralene as Old Noritake.
We also present several Royal Moriye that feature Japanese techniques.
In the section, 'A Capricious Collection', we present very interesting porcelains, although they are entirely unrelated to Old Noritake.