Taisho ( 大暑 ) Major Heat
Lost in the dreams of the golden dawn, the end of summer prelude melancholy. Autumn will soon arrive from the sacred depths. The Celestial Lineage, the essence reflection on the errant soul enclosed on a Chawan.
Saka Korai Zaemon
A journey through oneself and sovereign nature, between ascents to falls, each one under the banner of the most ancestral spirituality.
★ Among Meanders★
Sakakouraizaemon IX 1849年 - 1921年 Generation LID REST FUTAOKI TEA CEREMONY
Sakakouraizaemon Chawan X generation TEA CUP HAGI WARE special inscription 銘 松風 matsukaze (sound of) the wind through pine trees
Sakakouraizaemon XI futaoki Rikyu's three Chinese dolls lid-rest may be used year-round
坂髙麗左衛門窯 Saka Kouraizaemon-GAMA 〒758-0011 萩市椿東1922 TEL：0838-22-0236 定休日：日曜日 見学：要予約 体験：無し
758-0011,JAPAN 1922 Chintou Hagi-city TEL：+81-838-22-0236 Regular holiday：Sunday
Sakakouraizaemon XI 11th Tokuzaka Koryo Saka Koraizaemon Chawan (11.8 x 8.4)
Following Toyotomi Hideyoshi's invasions of Korea, Mori Terumoto, who ruled the pottery area at the time, brought back with him the brothers Li Shakko and Li Kei, who were Korean Joseon dynasty potters, when returning to Japan from Korea they built an official kiln in the castle town HAGI: Li Kei was the first generation of a lineage that inherited mainstream Hagi ware from generation to generation and worked at the official kiln of the Hagi Domain, alongside Miwa Kyusetsu's Miwa kiln. After Mori moved his castle to Hagi, he opened a kiln in Matsumoto Village of the castle town of Hagi, and was bestowed the name, "Koraizaemon" by the second generation feudal lord, Mori Tsunahiro. From that point onward, the name Saka Koraizaemon has been used since the first generation. From Time to Time..Since Hagi were born following the Oni-Hagi Roots by Generation to Generation with Korea Saemon here an Eleven Generation Chawan. The 13th generation passed away in 2014, now theres currently a vacant position in the lineage, but seems the family found the young boy now became man and his destiny maybe will be to go ahead with Saka KILN!
Follow The Celestial Lineage.
Alongside the path "Exuvia"
Another One from a lightning strike that struck the clan's castle, far behind and beyond ..
Saka took 3 different clay Into the property of a famous temple Called Dazaifu Tenman-gū (太宰府天満宮) is a Shinto shrine in Dazaifu, Fukuoka Prefecture, Japan. It is built over the grave of Sugawara no Michizane (845-903) and is one of the main shrines dedicated to Tenjin, the deified form of Michizane. The monk priest made a Pray for the intelligence and health and is written in the tea bowl.
Special Inscription from Dazaifu Tenman-gū (太宰府天満宮) dated 1950.
昭和 Showa 25年 1950
Year of the Tiger 庚寅 = 1950 八月 august
太宰府天満宮 Dazaifu Tenman-gū
Has been used Dazaifu Tenman-gū
's の土 clay 配合 mix soil .🙏⛩🍵📚🎓
Dazaifu Tenman-gū's god of the Shinto Shrine is Michizane Sugawara . The God of the intelligence.
知能 、健康増進 祈願 造 之
I make this Pray for the intelligence and health
Friendly Translated by @oitominoshin (Master of Nanbutekki & Ironkettle )
Shinto Shrine It is built over the grave of Sugawara no Michizane and is one of the main shrines dedicated to Tenjin, the deified form of Michizane.
According to legend, Michizane was a gifted student who composed many poems dedicated to his favorite plum trees. Said to be favored by the gods, Michizane raised the ire of the Fujiwara clan, who exiled him to Kyushu. Michizane spent his exile studying, and died at the age of 57.
When Michizane died, his body was carried by an ox that stopped near a Buddhist monastery.Unable to move the body along, Michizane was buried there by his follower, Umasake no Yasuyuki, and the shrine was built there. Today, a statue of an ox stands nearby to commemorate the event. It's also said that the plum tree inside the shrine flew from Kyoto to be reunited with Michizane in his death, and that it is always the first plum tree to bloom in Japan.
Soon after Michizane died, five members of the Fujiwara clan, the royal family involved in Michizane's exile, died, one from a lightning strike that struck the clan's castle. Michizane, deified as Tenjin, was thus seen as a vengeful spirit. When disasters struck Kyoto, the same royal family aimed to appease Michizane's spirit and, as penance, reinstated his position and rank posthumously. Through this appeasement, Tenjin's reputation became associated with literature and education.