Tenmoku Chawan from the Kyoto National Museum

The Tenmoku Glaze (and shape)

Tenmoku: What does it mean and its place in Japanese culture

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Meet the Maker: Kuninari Kiln

Meet the Maker: Kuninari Kiln

Reimagining traditional colours and forms
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Raku Ceramics: Handmade Culture

Raku Ceramics: Handmade Culture

A brilliant book examining the Raku family history
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Meet the Maker: Keishugama

Meet the Maker: Keishugama

Modern tradition from a young potter in Koishiwara
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Meet the Maker: Tatsumi Kiln

Meet the Maker: Tatsumi Kiln

Wood-fired, hand-dug clay, hand-made glazes
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Meet the Maker: Hoshino Yaki

Meet the Maker: Hoshino Yaki

Tactile, beautiful, unglazed ceramics
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Mottainai, the Japanese culture of frugality

Mottainai and sustainabaility

A Japanese approach to respecting Nature
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Traditional Style at the Takatori Family

Traditional Style at the Takatori Family

Thatch, wood and clay emphasise the family's bond with nature

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The Takatori Kiln, SouthWest Japan

Meet the Maker: the Takatori Kiln

An introduction to the Takatori Family
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Japan and Scandinavia

Japan and Scandinavia

"Japandi"? A new name for an old phenomenon
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Iron-flecked Japanese Stoneware Clay

The different types of ceramics

Earthenware, stoneware & porcelain
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Tea Master Kobori Enshu

Tea master Kobori Enshu

Elegant simplicity: from wabi-sabi to kirei-sabi
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