Japanese pottery and porcelain
Japanese pottery and porcelain (陶磁器, Jp. tojiki; also 焼きもの, Jp. yakimono; 陶芸, Jp. tōgei), is one of the country's oldest art forms, dates back to the Neolithic period. Kilns have produced earthenware,...
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Agano ware
Agano ware (上野焼, Agano-yaki) is a pottery ware made in Fukuchi, Tagawa District, Fukuoka Prefecture, Japan. The beginnings of its production was supported by Hosokawa Sansai, who was otherwis...
Bizen ware
Bizen ware (備前焼, Bizen-yaki) is a type of Japanese pottery most identifiable by its ironlike hardness, reddish brown color, absence of glaze (though there can be traces of molten ash looking l...
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Dogū
Dogū (土偶)(meaning "clay figures") are small humanoid and animal figurines made during the late Jōmon period (14,000–400 BC) of prehistoric Japan. Dogū come exclusively from the Jōmon period. By th...
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Hagi ware
Hagi ware (萩焼, Hagi-yaki) is a type of Japanese pottery most identifiable for its humble forms and use of translucent white glaze.It originated in the early 17th century with the introduction ...
Haji ware
Haji ware (土師器, Hajiki) is a type of plain, unglazed, reddish-brown Japanese pottery or earthenware that was produced during the Kofun, Nara, and Heian periods of Japanese history. It was used...
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Haniwa
The Haniwa (埴輪) are terracotta clay figures which were made for ritual use and buried with the dead as funerary objects during the Kofun period (3rd to 6th centuries AD) of the history of Japan. H...
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Imari porcelain
Imari porcelain (伊万里焼) is the name for Japanese porcelain wares made in the town of Arita, in the former Hizen Province, northwestern Kyūshū. They were exported to Europe extensively from the port of...
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Jōmon Pottery
The Jōmon Pottery (縄文式土器, Jōmon-shiki Doki) is a type of ancient pottery which was made during the Jōmon period in Japan. The term "Jōmon" (縄文) means "rope-patterned" in Japanese, describing t...
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Kakiemon
Kakiemon (Japanese:柿右衛門) is a style of Japanese enameled ceramics, traditionally produced at the factories of Arita, in Japan's Hizen province (today, Saga Prefecture) from the mid-17th century onward...
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Karatsu ware
Karatsu ware (唐津焼, Karatsu-yaki) is a style of pottery produced in and around Karatsu, Saga Prefecture, Japan. There are several variations produced in surrounding areas: Takeo Kokaratsu ware ...
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Kutani ware
Kutani ware (九谷焼, Kutani-yaki) is a style of Japanese porcelain first established by Gotō Saijirō, a member of the Maeda clan, who set up a kiln in the village of Kutani (now part of the city ...
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Oribe ware
Oribe ware (織部焼, Oribe-yaki) is a type of Japanese pottery most identifiable for its use of green copper glaze and bold painted design. It was the first use of colored stoneware glaze by Japan...
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Nerikomi
Nerikomi is an artistic technique for creating ceramic pottery. The name derives from a traditional Japanese technique of creating patterns with colored clay.
Nerikomi is a contemporary Japanese ...
Ōtani ware
Ōtani ware (大谷焼, Ōtani-yaki) is type of Japanese pottery most famously known for its large size. Ōtani is made in the part of Naruto, Tokushima known as Ōtani. The potter's wheel used in the p...
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Raku ware
Raku ware (楽焼, raku-yaki) is a type of Japanese Pottery that is traditionally used in the Japanese Tea Ceremony, most often in the form of tea bowls. It is traditionally characterised by being...
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Satsuma ware
Satsuma ware (薩摩焼 satsuma yaki) is a style of Japanese earthenware originally from the Satsuma region of what is today southern Kyūshū. Today, it can be divided into two distinct categories: the orig...
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Shigaraki ware
Shigaraki ware(信楽焼) is pottery and stoneware made in Shigaraki area, Japan.The kiln is one of ‘The Six Old Kilns’ in Japan. Although figures representing the Tanuki are a popular product included as S...
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Shino ware
Shino ware (志野焼, Shino-yaki) is Japanese pottery and stoneware coated with Shino glaze. They were first made in Mino Province, in modern-day Gifu Prefecture, Japan. It is identified by thick w...
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Sōma ware
Sōma-yaki (相馬焼) or Ōbori Sōma-yaki (大堀相馬焼) is a form of pottery. It is characterized by its green color and blue cracks on the surface. Much of it is multi-layered. Many pieces have a stylized...
Sue ware
Sue ware (須恵器, sueki, literally offering ware) was a blue-gray form of high-fired pottery which was produced in Japan and southern Korea during the Kofun, Nara, and Heian periods of Japanese ...
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Takatori ware
Takatori ware (高取焼, Takatori-yaki) is a stoneware ceramic type made in Fukuoka Prefecture.The Japanese ceramic known as Takatori ware was founded by Korean potters brought to Japan at the end ...
Civil war of Wa
The Civil war of Wa or Great Rebellion of Wa (倭国大乱, wakoku tairan) was a period of disturbances and warfare in ancient Japan (Wa) during the late Yayoi period (2nd century AD). It is the oldes...
Yamataikoku
Yama-taikoku (邪馬台国) or Yamaichi-koku (邪馬壹國) is the Sino-Japanese name of an ancient country in Wa (Japan) during the late Yayoi period (c. 300 BC – AD 300). The AD 297 Chinese history Records ...
Tōdaijiyama Sword
Tōdaijiyama Sword, also known as Tōdaijiyama Kofun Iron Sword (東大寺山古墳鉄剣 Tōdaijiyama Kofun Tekken) in Japan is an ancient iron sword excavated in Tōdaijiyama kofun in Nara Prefecture, Japan. The sword...
Chaki
Chaki (茶器) is a Japanese term that literally means "tea implement." In the vocabulary of Japanese tea ceremony, it broadly means (1) any implement used in the practice of chanoyu, and more narrowly me...
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Ise Grand Shrine
Ise Grand Shrine (伊勢神宮, Ise Jingū), located in the city of Ise in Mie prefecture, Japan, is a Shinto shrine dedicated to the goddess Amaterasu-ōmikami. It transcend in the shinkai system.Offic...
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Kakiemon elephants
The Kakiemon elephants are a pair of 17th century Japanese porcelain figures of elephants in the British Museum. They were made by one of the Kakiemon potteries, which created the first enamelled porc...
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Anagama kiln
The anagama kiln (Japanese: 穴窯) is an ancient type of pottery kiln brought to Japan from China via Korea in the 5th century. An anagama (a Japanese term meaning "cave kiln") consists of a firing chamb...
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