Tamba ware Slipware




Tansougama's Slipware


Tamba ware is one of the six oldest kilns in Japan, along with Seto, Tokoname, Shigaraki, Echizen, and Bizen. Tamba ware originated in the late Heian and early Kamakura periods, and was designated as a national traditional craft in 1978 under the name of "Tamba Tachikui ware."

"Slipware," in which the surface of a vessel is decorated with decorative clay on a raw, dried base, is a technique that has been used for centuries in ceramics in England and other parts of the world. The patterns, which are drawn spontaneously by hand, have an unadorned beauty that blends in with daily life, and a simple strength.





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From Left: Blue, Yellow, Black



Blue

Tansougama
Slipware Pitcher

The pitcher holds more than it looks, and can be used not only for milk and soy milk, but also for wine, sake, and other alcoholic beverages.

Size: About Ø95xH130mm/About 400ml (Full Capacity)
Weight: About 355g
Material: Ceramic

*There are individual differences due to the handmade process.

Price: 6,000 JPY

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From Left: Blue, Yellow, Black



Blue


Yellow

Yellow

Tansougama
Slipware Mamezara

This cute-sized small plate has a flat shape that goes well with baked sweets such as cookies or wagashi. It is also convenient as a small serving plate.

Size: About Ø95xH13mm
Weight: About 105g
Material: Ceramic

*There are individual differences due to the handmade process.

Price: 1,300 JPY

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Tansougama

Tamba ware is one of the six oldest kilns in Japan, along with Seto, Tokoname, Shigaraki, Echizen, and Bizen, and was designated as a national traditional craft in 1978 under the name "Tamba Tachikui ware."





Tansougama
Slipware

1,300 JPY~




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