The Tale of Genji Hashioki Japanese chopstick rest Kyo Kiyomizu ware Japan

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(Size)   : Length 5 × Width 5 × Height 1 cm / Length 1.96 × Width 1.96 × Height 9.39 inch

(Weight):30 g

(Material) :  Porcelain

(Origin) : Made in Japan / Kyo Kiyomizu yaki ware

(Condition) : Brand new

(Craft) : Yoshitsugu Kato

(Note) :

A scene related to the Tale of Genji is drawn in the shape of a fan.
Since it is painted by hand, the expression will be different each one.

With Wooden Box

Kiyomizu is one of the traditional crafts that represent Kyoto, originally started in the pottery of Shimizu Slope neighborhood toward the 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 1,200years ago, in Nara period. A Buddhist preist, 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.

This product shipping weight 500g.

500.00 Grams

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