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Teabowl with Black Glaze in Hare's Fur Pattern (Hare's Fur Tenmoku)

A Jian 'Hare's Fur' tea bowl, Southern Song dynasty (1127–1279)

Bowl in Black Glaze with "Hare's Fur" Striations

Stone Bowl. Roman, A.D. 1 - 200 (Source: The Getty Museum)

Ido teabowl, Kitamura Museum

Jianyao 'Hare's Fur' tea bowl, Song dynasty, 12th-13th century

MICHITAKA FUKUNO, Black Saito Komon chawan

from the Kyoto Museum, a Teabowl with Brown and Black Glaze (Honan Tenmoku). In Japanese, the word for bowl is chawan, and most Japanese people use chawan every day to eat rice. The word chawan, however, does not mean "rice bowl," but "teabowl." This is because such bowls were originally used, not for rice, but for tea!

TOKYO NATIONAL MUSEUM - Collections The TNM Collection ceramics Tea bowl, oido type.  Enlarge

Tea bowl with #kintsugi