S: Early Japanese Ceramics & Glazes
BC: WORK CITED : Guth, Christine M.E. "Japanese Art and Architecture." The New Book of Knowledge. Grolier Online, 2011. Web. 10 Jan. 2011 Google
FC: Early Japanese Ceramics & Glazes
1: Japan has one of the oldest ceramic traditions in the world | some examples are : Raku Jomon
3: Japanese ceramics ages: Neolithic age : earliest recorded ceramics date back to 14,500 B.C. Modern age : An example is to the left
4: Japanese Ceramics Terms : Terms for glazes : Bidoro = vitrified glass and is found mainly on Iga wares Dobai = wood-ash glaze celadon = thick glaze used with celadon ware kairagi = crawling glaze, and is seen mainly on karatsu and hagi wares
6: Earthenware : Earthenware vessels are called Jomon Earthenware is a reddish, non-waterproof ware that's fired at low temperatures. . .
7: fact : Japanese pottery is heavily influenced by Chinese pottery, and are well known for their teacups and teapots. . .
8: Did you know? . . . | Earthenware can bloat and inflate if set at too high a temperature in the kiln?
10: Japanese Tea Ceremony
12: The Way Of Tea Murata Juko changing of seasons
14: Song Dynasty
15: Rustic Apperance Can be traced back to Tang Dynasty
16: Glorious Era | Bloodline: Kim Cheui Jeong Kim Jeong Ok Kim Un Hi government runs kilns used to create pottery for royal family
19: Type of glaze Used on porcelian or stoneware Variety of colors