This wan-nari Kyo-yaki chawan (matcha bowl) features a beige glaze decorated with wagon wheels and ocean waves. Made by fourth generation potter Kato Masayama (加藤昌山) at the Ginpei Kiln (源平窯).
Kyo-yaki (京焼) is a type of Japanese pottery that traditionally comes from Kyoto, Japan. The pottery traditions of Kyoto date back to the 5th century and are varied in their styles.
11.8cm (4.6in) - width
7.4cm (2.9in) - height
400ml - capacity
Condition: Good (slight chip on the outside of the foot, does not affect balance)
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