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MInoru Hara Nanbanede Kumidashi tea bowl
MInoru Hara Nanbanede Kumidashi tea bowl
MInoru Hara Nanbanede Kumidashi tea bowl
MInoru Hara Nanbanede Kumidashi tea bowl
MInoru Hara Nanbanede Kumidashi tea bowl
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MInoru Hara Nanbanede Kumidashi tea bowl

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This is a Kumidashi Wan made by Mr. Minoru Hara who has a kiln in Sumiyama, Uji City, Kyoto Prefecture. It is a little larger than a Sencha-wan tea bowl and has a wider mouth than a teacup. It is used to serve Kousencha or Sakura-yu during the waiting time or at the beginning of the tea ceremony. The contrast between the unglazed and rustic finish called “Nanban-de” and the white glazed interior is beautiful and makes the tea inside look more beautiful. We also have Houhin, Sencha-wan, and Yuzamashi with the same Nanban-de finish.

diameter :about 8.9 cm
height: about 4.7 cm,
diameter of the base: about 3.2 cm.
capacity: about 90 ml when filled with an appropriate amount of tea.

Please note that each piece is handmade, so there may be differences in size, shape, color, and texture.

Minoru Hara

has a kiln in Sumiyama, Uji City, Kyoto Prefecture where kilns for Kyo-yaki and Kiyomizu-yaki are gathered. He continues to make pottery rooted in Kyoto’s tradition.

He has a kiln in Sumiyama, Uji City, Kyoto Prefecture where Kyo-yaki and Kyomizu-yaki kilns gather for pottery making rooted in Kyoto's tradition.

Graduated from Kyoto Prefectural Ceramic Technical High School Modeling Department in 1990.
Graduated from Kyoto City Industrial Research Institute Main Course in 1991.
In the same year, he studied under his father, Seiwa Hara.
Received an award at the Kyo-yaki and Kiyomizu-yaki Exhibition and the Kyoto Prefectural Governor's Award in 1996.
Received "Seicho" from Seimei Shrine priest and Yoshitaka Yamaguchi in 1999.
Received an award at the Kyo-yaki and Kiyomizu-yaki Exhibition and the Kyoto Prefectural Governor's Award in 2003.