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HiBiKi · Hekisai · Bowl (small)
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HiBiKi · Hekisai · Bowl (small)

HiBiKi · Hekisai · Bowl (small)

A glaze reminiscent of the deep blue such as the sky and the sea is a "bowl" that shines on the scarlet ground. Outside blue glaze flowing patterns are imparting bowls. This is one of pottery made in Kyoto, Japan. In Dainichi kiln, Mr. Takemura, a pottery artist, uses ash as the ash he raised himself, and uses it as a glaze. In addition, we use ash which burned plants such as grapes, sunflower, flower fruit and so on, and make natural ash glazes independently. Recently, few ceramic artists make glazes themselves from the stage of ash making. Because different colors appear depending on the material, it is very deep pottery.

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Shop by Brand Kyoto Ware・Kiyomizu Ware "Dainichi" made of natural charcoal and flame
Product Name HiBiKi · Hekisai · Bowl (small)
Traditional Technique Kyo Ware・ Kiyomizu Ware
Measuring Φ16*H5.5cm
Product Weight 400g
Country of Manufacture Japan
Remark pottery / ceramics (Hand wash recommendation) Microwave oven : ○ Dishwashing machine : ○ Direct fire : X IH : X Oven : X
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Brand

The forerunner of natural gray glaze

Dainichi

  • 1980
  • Kyoto Ware・Kiyomizu Ware
  • Shigeo Takemura

History

For more than 30 years, I made ceramics with my own glaze

In opening the kiln at the foot of "Southern Dainichi" blessed with soil and water, the name "Dainichi kiln" in the sense that there is no shade, no sun by Tsukuba Junichiro, "Dainichi" I got it.Born in Yamashina Kyoto. Studied under Mr. Kimura Morihiro who is a holder of designated intangible cultural assets in Kyoto Prefecture. Born in Kyoto Yamashina in 1953 Graduated from Hiyoshigagaoka High School Ceramics Department Kyoto City Hiyoshigagaoka High School Graduated from Masterpieces Kimura Morihisa Kimura, 1975 Fourth "Kinki Branch Exhibition of the Japan Crafts Association Kinki Branch" Entered the First Election Every Year, 1978 Kyoto Prefecture Crafts Prior to 1980, he opened the Dainichi Kiln in Yamashina, was awarded the 35th "Japanese Traditional Crafts Exhibition" in 1988, received the 25th "Japanese Traditional Crafts Kinki Exhibition Encouragement Award" in 1996, 1998 Exhibition of the 53rd "New Artistry Crafts Exhibition", 2001 Kyoto Handicraft Artists Association Exhibition "Departure of the 21st Century", 2007 36th "Japanese Traditional Crafts Kinki Exhibition" Kyoto Prefectural Board of Education Committee Education Chief Prize Winner, Inauguration of the 36th "New Ceramic Art Exhibition" by the regular members of the 2008 Arts and Crafts Ceremony, the Japan Crafts Award Award, the 39th Japan Craft Crafts Kinki Exhibition Audit Committee, appointed as the Audit Committee Member of the Japan Crafts Council regular members Kyoto Prefectural Art Artist Association A member

Characteristic

The color that natural "ash" and "fire" make

We will make a glaze by ashing natural plants such as cedars, grapes and sunflowers. Ash can not be taken a lot at a time. Even if you collect a large number of plants and tree branches, you can get only a handful from there. Dissolve this in water, replace water many times, remove accessories and impurities, finally finish the ash glaze over a long time.

Burning sunflower to ashes

For Customers

An inquisitive search for pottery

Each piece carefully made, the facial expressions differ one by one. I will continue to have an inquisitive search for pottery and open up the future with my own power.