This pottery faces Hagi's Horiuchi district. The owner himself made the climbing kiln, and uses it to carry on the tradition of Hagi-yaki ware. Ikkeigama kiln focuses on Oni-Hagi (demon Hagi ware), a style that uses very rough clay slow-fired in climbing kilns. The pieces feature incredibly coarse soil, sometimes including small stones, and are characterized by knurling in the glaze called kairagi, and fine cracks on the surface called jiware. The works that have undergone the cherry-colored transformation during firing, unique to the climbing kiln, bring out a distinctive taste.
- Yamaguchi Hagi-shi Horiuchi 2372-10
- Hagi / Oshima Area
- Irregular holidays
Information Sources: NAVITIME JAPAN
- m | On foot about minutes
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