"It always amazes me what miracles can happen with a lump of clay in just the right hands"
Many of the photos shown are in my collection. I will share what I learn about the kilns, artists, styles, and marks. This is a work in progress. Come along with me as I learn.
Because my blog traffic has grown, I will add marks from various other sources.
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Thursday, July 31, 2014
Kiln Hopping 🐇🐇🐇🐇🐇🐇
I have visited many kilns in Japan, so many that I can't recall all of them. I will include the ones I have documented and/or have pictures of. I will add more as I find more records.
ASAHI (朝日) Uji-Kyoto
Korakuen (Kimura Yukei)
I did not get to a kiln, but this store in town had products from 35 kilns in Karatsu.