RAKU

Black Raku ware tnamed ShichiriGlaze from iron and Kamogawa (Kamo River) stone, intentionally scraped away「七里」 'Seven Leagues' Kuro Raku Chawan Selected BY ONIHAGI Cup as Art of the Five Senses ...This bowl is one COPY of a small number of surviving ceramics MADE by Hon'ami Koetsu (1558-1637), a noted designer-connoisseur who played a prominent...

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...

Kawasaki Waraku the name of the second generation of Raku ware, which was started as a hobby by the owner of the Monzen Chaya strip tower at Gion Yasaka Shrine, as a strip shop of Raku ware, and its kilns have been named after generations.He studied under Shinzo Kawasaki, who is also his father in his 6th generation, and succeeded...