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Matsukawa-Tenmoku · Sakazuki (Sake cup)
Matsukawa-Tenmoku · Sakazuki (Sake cup)

Matsukawa-Tenmoku · Sakazuki (Sake cup)


松皮=Pine tree skin

This is one of pottery made in Kyoto, Japan.YohenTenmoku tea cup is still unclear how to make it, it is enveloped in a mystery.It is the work of the whole body which YohenTenmoku tea bowl that such modern ceramic artist reproduced.You may drink sake, drink tea, or decorate it as an interior. Depending on the viewing angle and the angle at which the light strikes, it changes various expressions, so it will be a gem that will never get tired.

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Product ID S0001-061
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Shop by Brand Beautiful Kyoto Ware・Kiyomizu Ware like a flower "Touan"
Product Name Matsukawa-Tenmoku · Sakazuki (Sake cup)
Traditional Technique Kyo Ware・ Kiyomizu Ware
Capacity 170ml
Measuring Φ8.5*H4.5cm
Product Weight 100g
Country of Manufacture Japan
Remark pottery / ceramics (Hand wash recommendation) Microwave oven : X Dishwashing machine : X Direct fire : X IH : X Oven : X

YohenTenmoku tea cup was made in Fujian Building Kiln (southern China) in southern China about 800 years ago and was wrapped in the most beautiful and the biggest mystery of world ceramics history It is a phantom bowl.

※ The photo above, Yohen Tenmoku tea cup, It is "Inaba Tenmoku" which is regarded as the best thing among cup.

In the Kamakura period, it was transmitted to Japan as a trade item from China. The scrolls written about the treasure of the Ashikaga Shogun of the Muromachi shogunate are given the highest rating "There is nothing more in this world".

"耀変(Yohen)" is originally meant for the word "窯変" (such as changing potatoes to unexpected colors in the kiln when baking pottery), or "容変" In the cups there are scattered large and small ruling colors or rainbow-colored glows (= mottle pattern) on the underlayer of black glaze (Kuroyo = black glaze), so "star" or "shining" meaning " It is said that the character of "耀" began to be used.

     There are some theories about the etymology of "Tenmoku", but in general, it is said to derive from the name of Tenmayama in Zhejiang Province, China. Today, we are calling Tea cup with black glaze generally Tenmoku.     Yohen Tenmoku tea cup was born in China about 800 years ago, but there are only three in the world to exist, all three of them are in Japan, all designated as National Treasures.