鼠志野檜垣文茶碗 -- My Absolute All Time Favorite Bowl. I saw it in reality at the Mitsui Memorial Museum two years ago, at an exhibition of Momoyama tea bowls and other tea ceremony utensils and I am so glad to have found a photo of it online.
Origin: Made in Tanba, Japan (Hyogo) Notes: No box available Size: x x foot) capacity
Japanese Archives - Ceramics and Pottery Arts and Resources
Nezumi Shino guinomi by Miyamoto ???? Guinomi is often called a miniature chawan. Every part of it, like the kodai (the foot), kuchizukuri (the lip), and koshi (the hips), is difficult to make ” Guinomi are sake cups, actually ‘one gulp’ sake cups. bigger than the usual sake cups