The history of Minohaki is old, and it dates back more than 1300 years ago. At first, technology of Sueki was passed from the Korean Peninsula. In the Heian period (the 10th century) the pottery with the ash glaze which is said to be white ram became to be burned. Like other Mino wares, the Shino style is based on older Seto ware with changes to shape, decoration, and finish. Forms are usually squat and cylindrical, thick but lightweight. Dishes, bowls, and tea utensils are most common.
Size: 8.5cm (H) x 9.5cm (W)
Made in Japan