Guinomi Sake cup Kyo Kiyomizu yaki ware Handcraft Japan Sepia color Mishima

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(Size)   : Diameter 6.5 × Height 3.5 cm / 2.55 x 1.37 inch 

(Weight) : 50g

(Material) :  Pottery

(Origin) : Made in Japan / Kiyomizu yaki 

(Condition) : Brand new

(Note) :

Nostalgic sepia color base. Delicate and elegant Mishima crest and white mud crest. These are beautifully harmonized vessels with a magnificent appearance.
Mishima pattern on the surface, rhythmically stamped up and down, is called Nagare-Mishima.
The Mishima pattern is a pattern found in traditional kilns on the Korean Peninsula, together with the prosperity of the tea ceremony, well bowls etc. were introduced to Japan during the Muromachi period.
This is a sake ware with the delicate Mishima inlay unique to Kyo ware Kiyomizu yaki and the creator's sense.

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Kiyomizu is one of the traditional crafts that represent Kyoto,originally started in the pottery of Kiyomizu Slope neighborhood toward Kiyomizu-dera.

 Pottery and porcelain made in Kyoto is generally known as Kyo-style ceramics,Kiyomizu ware. 

The splendor and refined elegance of Kyo-style-ceramics,Kiyomizu ware is created based on sophisticated design and various proficient skills.

 History of pottery and porcelain in Kyoto started more than 1,200 years ago,in Nara period.

 A Buddhist priest, Gyoki built a kiln and made earthenware in Seikanji.

 Now the ruins of the temple is called "Chawan-zaka". 

Kyo-style ceramics, Kiyomizu ware products are mostly handmade and the feature of that is in wide variety in small quantity.

500.00 Grams

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