Michiho Fukumori, Mizusashi (Water Container for Japanese Tea Ceremony) - tortoise general store
Michiho Fukumori, Mizusashi (Water Container for Japanese Tea Ceremony) - tortoise general store
Michiho Fukumori, Mizusashi (Water Container for Japanese Tea Ceremony) - tortoise general store
Michiho Fukumori, Mizusashi (Water Container for Japanese Tea Ceremony) - tortoise general store
Michiho Fukumori, Mizusashi (Water Container for Japanese Tea Ceremony) - tortoise general store
Michiho Fukumori, Mizusashi (Water Container for Japanese Tea Ceremony) - tortoise general store
Michiho Fukumori, Mizusashi (Water Container for Japanese Tea Ceremony) - tortoise general store
Michiho Fukumori, Mizusashi (Water Container for Japanese Tea Ceremony) - tortoise general store
Michiho Fukumori, Mizusashi (Water Container for Japanese Tea Ceremony) - tortoise general store
Michiho Fukumori, Mizusashi (Water Container for Japanese Tea Ceremony) - tortoise general store
Michiho Fukumori, Mizusashi (Water Container for Japanese Tea Ceremony) - tortoise general store
Michiho Fukumori, Mizusashi (Water Container for Japanese Tea Ceremony) - tortoise general store
Michiho Fukumori, Mizusashi (Water Container for Japanese Tea Ceremony) - tortoise general store
Michiho Fukumori, Mizusashi (Water Container for Japanese Tea Ceremony) - tortoise general store
Michiho Fukumori, Mizusashi (Water Container for Japanese Tea Ceremony) - tortoise general store
Michiho Fukumori, Mizusashi (Water Container for Japanese Tea Ceremony) - tortoise general store

Michiho Fukumori, Mizusashi (Water Container for Japanese Tea Ceremony)

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Description:
Mizusashi (water container for Japanese Tea Ceremony) by Michiho Fukumori. Fukumori uses traditional techniques for this ceremonial piece. Mizusashi are traditionally used by the host of the tea ceremony, and are one of the main objects in the aesthetic scheme of the host. A generous amount of natural glaze was applied to achieve this crackly, alive texture. 

History: 
Michiho Fukumori is the 8th generation owner of Dorakugama. Not only a clay potter, Fukumori is a trained chef who has studied Zen at Daitokuji Temple. The Fukumori family’s kiln and home is deep in the mountains of the Iga Valley, in the town of Marubashira. This family of potters has been passing down their traditional art for eight generations. They use clay sourced from the southernmost part of Lake Biwa.

 

Measurement:
H 7" x W 5" 
 
Materials: 
Ceramic.

Care Instructions:
Hand-wash only is recommended.  Wash with mild detergent and soft cloth, then dry well after use. 

 

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