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Yukio Black Ohi Style Ceramic Bowl

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Destination: Kanazawa, Japan

This lustrous black bowl is a beautiful example of pottery in the style of Ohi, which is made by hand without the aid of a wheel. We purchased it in Kutani Village from master potter Matsu Daida Yukio.


The history of Ohi ware is inextricably entwined with one of Japan’s greatest traditions. When the Maeda clan invited the founder of the Urasenke-style tea ceremony to take the job of tea master in Kanzawa in 1666,... Read More

Details and Dimensions

3.5 height, 4.1" diameter. Each bowl is just slightly different in color and shape. 

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