Hosai XIV Matsubayashi (Japanese, 1921–2004) Asahi Toyosai 14th (Matsubayashi Toyosai) CHAWAN Japanese pottery bowl

Toyosai Matsubayashi Asahi Tea Bowl "Autumn Mountain" Pengyunsai XV / Matcha Tea Bowl [Genuine Guarantee]  Kosobe Ware  

2,000.00 €
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Enshu Seven Kilns: Seven kilns that made Kobori Enshu's favorite tea ware from Kanei to the Shoho era.

Shidoro (Shizuoka), Zeze (Shiga), Ueno (Fukuoka), Takatori (Fukuoka), Asahi (Kyoto), Kosobe (Osaka), Akashiki (Nara).
* There is also a theory that Kosobe and Iga are interchanged.

Toyosai Matsubayashi: Asahi ware potter in Uji, Kyoto.. 

Product Details

Product Description: A beautiful item with a glaze.

■ Product size: Approx .: Diameter 14.4 cm x Height 8.6 cm (* There are some errors)

■ Product condition: intact

■ Accessories: Common box (with Pengyunsai 15  Daisou Takumisho)

■ Genuine guarantee: Both product and written

Enshu Seven Kilns: Seven kilns that made Kobori Enshu's favorite tea ware from Kanei to the Shoho era.

Shidoro (Shizuoka), Zeze (Shiga), Ueno (Fukuoka), Takatori (Fukuoka), Asahi (Kyoto), Kosobe (Osaka), Akashiki (Nara).
* There is also a theory that Kosobe and Iga are interchanged.

Toyosai Matsubayashi: Asahi ware potter in Uji, Kyoto.

Pengyunsai: Urasenke 15th generation lord inscription.

  1. (n, vs) autumn colours; fall colors; leaves changing color (colour)

    庭の木がすっかり紅葉しました。
    The leaves of the trees in the garden have turned completely red.

  2. leaves turning red; red leaves

    2、3週間もすれば木の葉は紅葉するでしょう。
    The leaves will turn red in two or three weeks.

  3. leaves turning yellow; yellow leaves
  4. (n) (Japanese) maple (Acer japonicum) →Related words: 以呂波紅葉



Genealogy of Asahi Articles

Asahi pottery is said to have been the first pottery kiln opened during the Keicho period, when Toyotomi Hideyoshi was active in the Momoyama and Edo periods.

The first ceramics, Keicho period, around 1600

Nisei Ceramics, Kanbun Ten Years, 1670

Third generation pottery, Genroku 8th year, 1695

Chobei IV, 18th year of Kyoho, 1733

Chobei V, 13 from Horeki, 1763

Chobei VI, Tenmei 6th year 1786

VII Chobei, 8th year of Bunsei, 1825

Chobei VIII, Tenmei 6th year 1786

IX Chobei, Meiji 16th year 1883

Tenth Yasubei? What?

Eleventh Heijiro, 35th year of Meiji, 1902

12th Shosai, 7th year Showa, 1932

13th Kosai, Showa 22nd year, 1947

Fourteenth Toyosai, Heisei 16th year, 2004

Fifteenth Toyosai, 27 Heisei, 2015

16th Toyosai, the current head of the family