Japanese Tea bowl,Raku ware
Japanese Tea bowl,Raku ware
Japanese Tea bowl,Raku ware
Japanese Tea bowl,Raku ware
Japanese Tea bowl,Raku ware

Japanese Tea bowl, Raku ware, Black Raku, Honami Koetsu Shichiri copy

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Tea bowl, Raku ware, Black Raku, Honami Coetsu, Shichiri copy
Made by Shoraku Sasaki at Shoraku kiln in Kyoto, Japan.

Diameter : 12cm / 4.7in
Height : 7.6cm / 3in
Product : New
Packaging : Paulownia box with author's signature and seal

Raku ware
Japanese pottery founded by Chojiro under the guidance of Sen no Rikyu, in Kyoto during the Azuchi-Momoyama period (16th century). The tradition is mainly inherited by the Raku family, which was founded by Chojiro (currently the 15th generation).The technique of hand-kneading that does not use a potter's wheel grinding is used.

Honami Koetsu (1558-1637)
An versatile artist and tea master who is familiar with calligraphy, lacquer art, and ceramics from Azuchi-Momoyama to the early Edo period (16th-17th centuries).

KAMISENRO’s eyes
In Japan, Japanese tea bowls have long been used for drinking matcha. However, it can be used in various ways. We think it is a waste to miss the opportunity to touch beautiful things, because it is used only for a limited purpose. Of course, you can drink matcha, but depending on the shape of the bowl, for example, how about using it as a container for coffee, cafe au lait, or ice cream? We hope that you will incorporate a part of Japanese culture into your country's daily life in a way that suits you.

*This item is shipped directly from Japan.
*Please be aware, as this item is a handmade, shape, color shade, and pattern will vary slightly.

Japanese Tea bowl, Raku ware, Black Raku, Honami Koetsu Shichiri copy