This Kiyomizu-yaki chawan (matcha bowl) features a grey-blue brush stroke glaze decorated with a village painted among mountainous motifs.
Kiyomizu-yaki (清水焼) (also called Shimizu-yaki) is a type of Japanese pottery that traditionally comes from Gojōzaka district near Kiyomizu Temple, in Kyoto, Japan. A subset of Kyo-yaki which refers to all pottery made in the Kyoto area, Kiyomizu ware has been produced since the 16th century
12.3cm (4.8in) - width
7.4cm (2.9in) - height
300ml - capacity
Condition: Very good
This vintage Japanese item ships from the United States
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