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Tokoname ware Third generation Yamada Jozan vermilion tea note
Tokoname ware Third generation Yamada Jozan vermilion tea note
Tokoname ware Third generation Yamada Jozan vermilion tea note
Tokoname ware Third generation Yamada Jozan vermilion tea note
Tokoname ware Third generation Yamada Jozan vermilion tea note
Tokoname ware Third generation Yamada Jozan vermilion tea note
Tokoname ware Third generation Yamada Jozan vermilion tea note
Tokoname ware Third generation Yamada Jozan vermilion tea note
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Tokoname ware Third generation Yamada Jozan vermilion tea note

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Tokoname ware teapot by Living National Treasure Jozan Yamada III.

In response to the voices saying that even though the teacups are Kyo-yaki, the teapots are still earthenware, Seikado has received the highest quality Tokoname-yaki teapots.

Yamada Jozan III has had a great influence on modern Tokoname ware artists, but this work is slightly different from the round apple-like shape that is often made, and is a modern and unique piece like a tea kettle. It is a very rare teapot with a unique shape. The rustic color of the red clay and the pouring technique that does not require a tea strainer make this a gem that certainly feels like the origin of today's mainstream teapots.

The achievements of Jozan Yamada, who inherited the tradition of Tokoname ware and incorporated new sensibilities, are truly worthy of a Living National Treasure.

Of course it's good to decorate like an interior, but it's supreme to use a teapot that has been calculated to be easy to hold.

Would you like to use the works of Living National Treasures at home?

Author: Jozan Yamada (third generation)

Born in 1924. Learned pottery from the founder Jozan Yamada. In 1961, he succeeded to the name of Jozan Yamada, the third generation.
In 1998, Tokoname ware (teapot) was designated as Aichi Prefecture's first country-designated important intangible cultural property holder (Living National Treasure), inheriting the 1000-year tradition and history of Tokoname ware.
Passed away in 2005.

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