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A century black Raku ware style chawan, used for thick tea (Tokyo National Museum)

Raku Chojiro (died 1589) the first generation of Japan’s most famous family of ceramic artists represented today by Raku Kichizaemon (born 1949) the 15th generation in the lineage.

Black Raku tea bowl by Raku Chojiro founder of Raku ware under the guidance of Sen no Rikyu, who established chanoyu, the tea ceremony.

ひねり丸 【盆栽鉢】【4号】【信楽焼】

ひねり丸 【盆栽鉢】【4号】【信楽焼】

Anagama wood fired shino natural fly ash on by TonyFerguson

Chawan Matcha Anagama wood fired shino natural fly ash on stoneware, fired to cone 13 茶碗

Tea bowl of earthenware, roughly hemispherical with rounded footring. Decorated outside with a crane in white slip, covered with bluish-grey and yellowish glazes, irregularly distributed. Kyoto, Japan, 19th century. V Museum.

japaneseaesthetics: “ ‘Tea bowl of earthenware, roughly hemispherical with rounded footring. Decorated outside with a crane in white slip, covered with bluish-grey and yellowish glazes, irregularly.

Large jar with muku tree ash glaze and marbled line design. Koyo Matsui. Neriage

Large jar with muku tree ash glaze and marbled line design.

Ancient Indian Snakes and Ladders game. gouache on cloth, 19th century. National museum, New Delhi. Snakes and Ladders originated in India as part of a family of dice board games, that included Gyan chauper and pachisi (present-day Ludo and Parcheesi). The game made its way to England and was sold as "Snakes and Ladders".

Gyan Chaupar (Jain version of the game), National Museum, New Delhi.

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Clipular - Raku Tea bowl | Japan, Kyoto 18th century, In the Musée Guim… | Flickr

raku tea bowl japan, kyoto century, in the musée guimet, paris. raku ware is known worldwide as a form of ceramic technique. however, it was initially referred only to the wares made by the raku family.

Kamakuri-Bori box

Kamakura-bori Box Japan century lacquered carved wood// RED my favorite color

Black Oribe ware Teabowl Artist/maker unknown, Japanese Geography: Made in Japan, Asia Period: Edo Period Date: Mid- century Medium: Glazed earthenware (Raku ware) Dimensions: 2 x 5 inches x 13 cm)

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