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2021/01/25
Encounter your favorite Kasama ware artisan

Japanese Ceramics Kasama ware originated during the middle of the Edo period (1603-1868).Initially, everyday items such as jugs and mortars were produced.

 

Due to Kasama's proximity to Edo (now Tokyo), various tableware eventually came to be produced in mass. The number of potters and workshops also increased, establishing Kasama's reputation as a pottery-producing region.

 

It is even said that "the characteristic of Kasawa ware is the absence of characteristics".

 

Therefore, each artisan has his or her own style. Diversity is the real appeal of Kasama ware.

 

Please enjoy encountering your favorite Japanese Ceramics Kasama ware artisan.

 

Over the following five workdays, we are going to introduce you Kasama ware artisans and their works on Instagram.

 

Flower vessel muku tree ash glaze and marbled line design ultramarine/Koyo Matsui

Flower vessel muku tree ash glaze and marbled line design ultramarine / Koyo Matsui

 

Bowl with hydrangea design/Hiroyuki Onuki

Bowl with hydrangea design / Hiroyuki Onuki

 

Flower vessel with ice-flowing colored gold design/Shuji Yanagibashi

Flower vessel with ice-flowing colored gold design / Shuji Yanagibashi

 

Tea Bowl Colored Dogwood/Hiroshi Kikuchi

Tea Bowl Colored Dogwood / Hiroshi Kikuchi

 

Tea bowl cloth pattern with bush clover/Motohiko Ito

Tea bowl cloth pattern with bush clover / Motohiko Ito

 

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