PRICE (TAX IN) ¥44,000
|SIZE||Height 16.0cm × Width 8.0cm 150cc|
|place of manufacture||JAPAN、ARITA|
※Please note the size of the urn. In Tokyo and other parts of the Kanto region, bones are placed in urns, but please check the size of the urn in your area. As for the capacity, it cannot hold all of the amount of bones in the Kanto region. Please use it for dividing the bones.
Note This product is a pre-order item. As each item is handmade, colors may look different depending on your display.
Arita-yaki porcelain ware began in the early 17th century, when Toyotomi Hideyoshi brought Korean potters back to Japan during his invasion of Korea, and the Nabeshima clan leader discovered ceramic stones for making porcelain in the Arita area.
In the latter half of the 17th century, Ko-Imari, with its opulent color painting unique to Japan reflecting the Genroku culture, and Kakiemon style, characterized by its white base and bold spaces, were created and exported to Europe, which swept the world, as well as Europe.
The various techniques, production, painting, and firing that have been handed down over the past 400 years, as well as the unique designs, are still highly regarded today as the best porcelain in Japan.