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Tea Bowls for the New Year

Tea Bowls for the New Year

By Tannyū (1795–1854); Raku ware, red Raku type

ceramics/Edo/High Resolution

Tokyo National Museum

Tea Bowl

Tea Bowl

By Chōnyū (1714–70); Raku ware, black Raku type

ceramics/Edo/High Resolution

Tokyo National Museum

Tea Bowl with a Crane and Turtle

Tea Bowl with a Crane and Turtle

By Ninnami Dōhachi (1783–1855); Raku ware, black-Raku type

ceramics/Edo/High Resolution

Tokyo National Museum

Tea Bowl, Named "Kanoko Madara (Fawn Speckles)"

Tea Bowl, Named "Kanoko Madara (Fawn Speckles)"

By Ichinyū (1640–96); Raku ware, black Raku type

ceramics/Edo/High Resolution

Tokyo National Museum

Cylindrical Tea Bowl, Named "Mitsudori (Three Birds)"

Cylindrical Tea Bowl, Named "Mitsudori (Three Birds)"

By Sa'nyū (1685–1739); Raku ware, black-Raku type

ceramics/Edo/High Resolution

Tokyo National Museum

Incense Container Sparrow design

Incense Container Sparrow design

By Nin'ami Dohachi; Raku ware

ceramics/Edo

Tokyo National Museum

Red Raku Tea Bowl Known as “Funabiki”

Red Raku Tea Bowl Known as “Funabiki”

Attributed to Tamamizu Yahei; Tamamizu ware; Raku ware, Akaraku type

ceramics/Edo/High Resolution

Tokyo National Museum

Cylindrical Tea Bowl with a Ladder

Cylindrical Tea Bowl with a Ladder

By Dōnyū (1599–1656)

ceramics/Edo/High Resolution

Tokyo National Museum

Tea Bowl

Tea Bowl

By Ichinyū (1640–96); Raku ware, black Raku type

ceramics/Edo/High Resolution

Tokyo National Museum

Tea Bowl

Tea Bowl

By Tokunyū (1745–74); Raku ware, red Raku type

ceramics/High Resolution

Tokyo National Museum

Tea Bowl

Tea Bowl

By Dōnyū (1599–1656); Raku ware, black Raku type

ceramics/Edo/High Resolution

Tokyo National Museum

Shallow Bowl with Melons Earthenware with three-color glaze

Shallow Bowl with Melons Earthenware with three-color glaze

Studio of Chōjirō; Raku ware

ceramics/Azuchi/Momoyama/High Resolution

Tokyo National Museum

Tea bowl, Kuroraku type, Raku Ware

Tea bowl, Kuroraku type, Raku Ware

By Chonyu(1714-70)

ceramics/Edo/High Resolution

Tokyo National Museum

Tea Bowl

Tea Bowl

By Keinyū (1817–1902); Raku ware, black Raku type

ceramics/Meiji/High Resolution

Tokyo National Museum

Square Tea Bowl, Known as “Shoun”

Square Tea Bowl, Known as “Shoun”

By Ichinyu IV(1640-96); Raku ware, Kuroraku type

ceramics/Edo/High Resolution

Tokyo National Museum

Incense Burner in the Shape of a Lion

Incense Burner in the Shape of a Lion

By Jokei (died 1635); Raku ware, white-Raku type

ceramics/Edo/High Resolution

Tokyo National Museum

Tea Bowl, Named "Suehiro"

Tea Bowl, Named "Suehiro"

By Chōjirō; Raku ware, black-Raku type

ceramics/Azuchi/Momoyama Edo/High Resolution

Tokyo National Museum

Tea Bowl, Named “Amadera (Nunnery)”

Tea Bowl, Named “Amadera (Nunnery)”

Studio of Chōjirō; Raku ware, black Raku type

ceramics/Azuchi/Momoyama/High Resolution

Tokyo National Museum

Cylindrical Tea Bowl

Cylindrical Tea Bowl

By Hisada Sōzen (1647–1707); Raku ware, red-Raku type

ceramics/Edo/High Resolution

Tokyo National Museum

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