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Heaten at high position of Kiln causing glaze melt and crystallized. Please enjoy the flavor of soil and nature from using this cup.
White soil coloring on original Hagi-soil, heaten at high position of Kiln. Some pink spots appearing of blue base such like fireflies seen in summer night.
Traditional loquat color Sake cup. Please enjoy this soft touch.
Goki style base(呉器底) simple shaped Sake cup with brush pattern. Loquat color is the characteristics of Hagi-Yaki.
Using black soil to make a glaze. Deep black color make us imagine huge universe of Zen world.
This cup was heated at most high position at kiln and having natural ash covered. The shape is made as ancient Japanese style with some mysterious color.
Hakeme-style cup. Using white clay to make a brush pattern. Base is Mitsuwari (three lack) Takadai having strong impression.
Using straw ashes as traditional Hagi style pottery. Usually the cup will be a white color but finished with pale pink on surface cause by deformation during firing.
Using black, and white slurry on base material to reappearance Wabi-Sabi on cup with white Kairagi style surface.
This shape of cup was made for Samurais on horse ride with one hand for cry of triumph.
This Sake cup was made from blown slurry on black base material. This cup is also made with original Goki style base(呉器底) to make it more easy to handle.
Natural clay from mountains has many colors. Mr. Yu Okada chooses yellow clay and makes them slurry. This loquat color is the most traditional style of Hagi Potteries and it has been one of people’s favorite because of its soothing color.