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Shigaraki tea bowl

Shigaraki tea bowl

'Ido Tea Bowls: Treasured Possessions of Muromachi Daimyo' | The Japan Times

'Ido Tea Bowls: Treasured Possessions of Muromachi Daimyo'

'Ido Tea Bowls: Treasured Possessions of Muromachi Daimyo' | The Japan Times

Black Raku tea bowl by Chojiro (1500′s)

Sen no Rikyū (1522–1591) is considered the most influential figure on the Japanese way of tea, particularly the tradition of wabi-cha (tea of simplicity and sincerity). He considered the ritual of preparing and serving tea an opportunity to experience the essence of life, a moment to transcend everyday reality and be absolutely present with yourself and others.

Black Raku tea bowl by Chojiro (1500′s) Sen no Rikyū (1522–1591) is considered the most influential figure on the Japanese way of tea, particularly the tradition of wabi-cha (tea of simplicity and sincerity). He considered the ritual of preparing and serving tea an opportunity to experience the essence of life, a moment to transcend everyday reality and be absolutely present with yourself and others.

Shigaraki tea bowl

Shigaraki tea bowl

作品No.9 岡部嶺男 鼠志野小服茶碗 Okabe Mineo Tea bowl, Nezumi-shino

作品No.9 岡部嶺男 鼠志野小服茶碗 Okabe Mineo Tea bowl, Nezumi-shino

Seiji Kosai Tea Ceremony Bowl by Ikai Yuichi

Seiji Kosai Tea Ceremony Bowl by Ikai Yuichi

Rosanjin Kitaoji

Rosanjin Kitaoji

Tea bowl of the Idode type by IKAI Yuichi. “As it is being used, it changes its color from cream to loquat. The base of the bowl has kairagi or crawling of the glaze.” Height 9.0cm, Diameter 15.7cm.

Tea bowl of the Idode type by IKAI Yuichi. “As it is being used, it changes its color from cream to loquat. The base of the bowl has kairagi or crawling of the glaze.” Height 9.0cm, Diameter 15.7cm.

東京国立博物館 - コレクション 名品ギャラリー 陶磁 一重口水指(ひとえぐちみずさし) 銘 柴庵(めい しばのいおり) 拡大して表示

東京国立博物館 - コレクション 名品ギャラリー 陶磁 一重口水指(ひとえぐちみずさし) 銘 柴庵(めい しばのいおり) 拡大して表示

Jeff Oestreich (USA ) - bol à thé en grès tourné, 2006, collection de l'AMOCA.

Jeff Oestreich (USA ) - bol à thé en grès tourné, 2006, collection de l'AMOCA.

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