RAKU

Painted three times with a special black glaze which is self made with brush and then the kiln firing for about 4 hours, This black Raku tea bowl is on the basis of Koetsu but according to the Artist is not just a copy , but an extension line. An Original work strictly not related to utsushi or in any way intended to be a "remake" ...

Painted three times with a special black glaze which is self made by Hideki with brush and then the kiln firing for about 4 hours, This black Raku tea bowl is on the basis of Koetsu but according to the Artist is not just a copy of Kouestu, but an extension line. An Original work strictly not related to...

Painted three times with a special black glaze which is self made by Hideki with brush and then the kiln firing for about 4 hours, This black Raku tea bowl is on the basis of Koetsu but according to the Artist is not just a copy of Kouestu, but an extension line. An Original work strictly not related to...

Born of the second generation Nakamura.After graduating from high school, engaged in the traditional Yagoto kiln, trained in the technique of homemade Koetsu Fu-Raku ware, and in 1973 he was named the third generation of Nakamura family.In the same year, he held his first solo exhibition in Fukuyama City, Hiroshima Prefecture, and since then, has...

All chawan can be fired in the kilns with evenutally wood, The name Matsu came from Kyoto.The word is best known by raku-yaki potters, What u see in my website is Sasaki Shoraku III (1944-). all black raku tea bowls when have design of Matsu means: they have a pine tree.Many popular potter who lives in Kyoto use now the...