skills and techniques
Molding is thing by potter's wheel molding.
"We hang live" and grind niyoru glaze hook.
When do design charge account, "fly plane," is thing by "speculation" or "not finished draining" "vomit eyes" "yubi*" "kushi*".
It is the Chikuzen opened in earlier period of Edo era in the 17th century by Kuroda feudal clan feudal lord's first kiln.
It is called "burning off a field" from the place name at first and baked porcelain such as large tortoise, pot, sake bottle, but earthenware comes to be baked from the early 18th century, and it is said that it came to be called Kishiwara Yaki.
The kiln set up by the feudal lord of the local Kuroda clan, in the 17th century at the beginning of the Edo period (1600-1868), was the first to be set up in Chikuzen in northern Kyushu. Large porcelain urns, jars and sake flasks were made under the name of Nakano yaki but in the middle of the 18th century, pottery was being produced under the name of Koishiwara Yaki.
The special features of this ware lie in the way in which the pottery is decorated using brush strokes on the large dishes and the large pots with their chattermarks. Using techniques which have barely altered over the centuries, urns, drinking vessels and flower vases are still being made today along with a range of tableware and some figurines.
|Industrial art object name||Kishiwara Yaki|
|Phonetic symbol||It is dark and roasts straw|
|Classification of industrial art object||Ceramics|
|Main product||Tortoise, pot, ornament, eating and drinking device|
|Main production area||Fukuoka / Toho-mura, Asakura-gun|
|The designation date||May 10, 1975|
Kishiwara Yaki earthenware cooperative association
730-9, Koishiwara, Touho-mura, Asakura-gun, Fukuoka
Kishiwara Yaki Kyoto Museum of Traditional Industry
Maneuver TEWAZA "Kishiwara Yaki"
Platter of fine striped pattern (brush) flies, and decoration such as pots of plane (plane) is characteristic. Pot, eating and drinking device, vase are made with old days and technique not to change very much now.
Their characteristics appear on its decorations, such as hakeme (white slip) on large plates or tobikanna (chatter marks) on pots. Pots, tablewares, flower vases etc., are created through a well-preserved techniques from old times.
Was established in the late 17th century; fly, and give technique of decoration such as plane, engobe, fine striped pattern, and write glaze (say bake) without performing unglazing, and bake.
They are directly glazed and baked without biscuit firing after decorations are applied. The decorative techniques such as tobikanna, keshogake, hakeme are established in late 17th century.