Tateyama-Do Hasami Ware Japanese Rice Bowl Naigai karakusa Size L from Japan B07N3JK5DS

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  • ■ Material · Ingredients: Ceramics (Hasamiyaki)

  • ■ Notes · Microwave oven, dishwasher OK

  • ■ Place of production: Japan

  • This product is made of high quality Japanese porcelain. We import directly from Japan. You can enjoy the feeling of color and the peculiar atmosphere of Japan. About Hasami ware When the owner of Mr. Omura Kiki Omura returns from the role of Bunroku and Keicho, the Korean potter Yi Yu Kei accompanied him and it is said that he went up to the village in 1598 and built an oven. Initially we baked pottery with glaze, but upon discovering high quality porcelain, porcelain production was central. Originally made of porcelain stone from the city of Sangho, celadon was the main pillar. After that, it turned out that the Amakusa stone widely distributed as grinding stone was suitable for the white magnetic material, bought a large quantity of Amakusa grinding stone and began to produce porcelain throughout the city. It is oriented towards mass ceramics, specializing in mass production. The Nakao Uedo oven (mid-17th century - 1929) was a huge kiln with a total length of about 160 meters. Meanwhile, it was also intense on the charcoal material with Arita and Mikawa inside. In the mountain called the head of the curtain to which the three clans come into contact, it is also common to hit the territory and steal firewood daily, and the fighting and killing took place in the mountains. As a result, negotiations on the territorial review will be carried out many times through consultations among the three clans. The triangular prism "Sanjo-stone" that is in the upper part of the upper part of the curtain is a product of the battle of pottery over firewood.

    Tateyama-Do Hasami Ware Japanese Rice Bowl Naigai karakusa Size L from Japan B07N3JK5DS


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