Takatori ware


Takatori ware

nihongo|Takatori ware|高取焼|Takatori-yaki is a ceramic ware made in Fukuoka Prefecture.

The kiln which made this ware became one of the famous Seven Kilns which made wares for the tea ceremony master Kobori Enshu.

ee also

* Agano ware

References

* [http://www.e-yakimono.net/guide/html/other_styles.html e-yakimono.net]


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