Monday, April 14, 2014
Suizan? Eizan? I believe this is Kyo yaki. Needs verification.
My new tea Bowl. The motif is is called Manjugiku. The mark reads Kyo Rouzan (京瀧山)
No mark on this little covered dish. Arita? Kyoto? What is it used for?
I just found this little guinomi (sake cup). It needs some research.
It is probably Imari transfer ware. The mark reads HO.
I believe this is Arita ware, but need to verify.
Ka (加). ?
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