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As with many of the major potteries in Japan, the origins of Hagi yaki can be traced back to the influx of Korean potters to Japan following military manoeuvres abroad. In 1592, Toyotomi Hideyoshi, a famous warlord and important historical figure, conducted a disastrous campaign on the Korean peninsula. His efforts were not entirely in vain however as he forcibly brought back Korean craftsmen, who under the patronage of the local lord Mori Terumoto, went on to produce wares which developped into Hagi yaki as we know it today. A demand for tea ceremony goods from the moneyed classes kept the Hagi potters in business and the simple rustic shapes with a delicate transluscent white glaze found favor with tea ceremony masters, giving Hagi yaki a certain cachet and ensuring its position as one of the most prestigious potteries in Japan.
Hagi aohagi rock
Aohagi cup/
Noutomi Susumu
Hagi aohagi rock
Aohagi cup/
Noutomi Susumu
Blue Hagi yunomi
Aohagi Mentori guinomi
Noutomi Susumu
Aohagi tea bowl by Noutomi Susumu
Aohagi tea bowl /
Noutomi Susumu
Aohagi guinomi sake cup by Noutomi Susumu
Aohagi Mentori guinomi
Noutomi Susumu
Aohagi guinomi sake cup by Noutomi Susumu
Aohagi Mentori guinomi
Noutomi Susumu
Aohagi tea bowl by Noutomi Susumu
Aohagi tea bowl /
Noutomi Susumu
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Aohagi guinomi sake cup by Noutomi Susumu
Aohagi Mentori guinomi
Noutomi Susumu
Aohagi guinomi sake cup by Noutomi Susumu
Aohagi Mentori guinomi
Noutomi Susumu
Hagi cups from Choun kiln
Various footed cups
Choun kiln of Noutomi Susumu
Aohagi kyusu teapot by Noutomi Susumu
Aohagi kyusu/
Noutomi Susumu (Large)
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Aohagi kyusu teapot by Noutomi Susumu
Aohagi kyusu/
Noutomi Susumu (Large) SOLD
Aohagi tea cup by Noutomi Susumu
Aohagi tea cup /
Noutomi Susumu
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Aohagi tea cup by Noutomi Susumu
Aohagi tea cup /
Noutomi Susumu
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Hagi yunomi by Noutomi Susumu
Kakewake yunomi /
Noutomi Susumu
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Aohagi wan by Noutomi Susumu
Aohagi wan #1(pair)/
Noutomi Susumu
Aohagi wan by Noutomi Susumu
Aohagi wan #2(pair)/
Noutomi Susumu
Hagi cups from Choun kiln
Hagi engraved tumber
Noutomi Naoko

Aohagi houhin/
Noutomi Susumu

Aohagi houhin/
Noutomi Susumu
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Shiro Hagi(White hagi)yunomi by Mukuhara Kashun
Shirahagi yunomi (large) /
Mukuhara Kashun
Shiro Hagi(White hagi)yunomi by Mukuhara Kashun
Shirahagi yunomi (large) /
Mukuhara Kashun
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Hagi yunomi teacup by Mukuhara Kashun
Yohen yunomi (large)
Mukuhara Kashun
Shiro Hagi(White hagi)yunomi by Mukuhara Kashun
Shirahagi yunomi /
Mukuhara Kashun
Shiro Hagi(White hagi)yunomi by Mukuhara Kashun
Shirahagi yunomi /
Mukuhara Kashun
Hagi yunomi teacup by Mukuhara Kashun
Yohen yunomi (large)
Mukuhara Kashun
Hagi yunomi teacup by Mukuhara Kashun
Biwa (Loquat) yunomi/
Mukuhara Kashun
Hagi yunomi teacup by Mukuhara Kashun
Biwa (Loquat) yunomi/
Mukuhara Kashun
Hagi yunomi teacup by Mukuhara Kashun
Yohen yunomi (large)
Mukuhara Kashun
Hagi yunomi teacup by Mukuhara Kashun
Tsuchinohana yunomi
Mukuhara Kashun
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Hagi yunomi teacup by Mukuhara Kashun
Tsuchinohana yunomi
Mukuhara Kashun
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Hagi yohen guinomi by Mukuhara Kashun
Yohen guinomi/
Mukuhara Kashun
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White hagi guinomi by Mukuhara Kashun
Shira hagi guinomi/
Mukuhara Kashun
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White hagi guinomi by Mukuhara Kashun
Shira hagi guinomi/
Mukuhara Kashun
White hagi guinomi by Mukuhara Kashun
Biwa (loquat) guinomi/
Mukuhara Kashun
     
Hagi kairagi houhin
Kairagi yuzamashi/
Mukuhara Kashun

Hagi guinomi by Mukuhara Kashun
Tsuchinohana guinomi
by Mukuhara Kashun

Hagi guinomi by Mukuhara Kashun
Haikaburi guinomi
by Mukuhara Kashun
Hagi kairagi houhin
Kairagi houhin/
Mukuhara Kashun
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Hagi kairagi houhin
Kairagi houhin/
Mukuhara Kashun
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Hagi kairagi houhin
Kairagi houhin/
Mukuhara Kashun
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Hagi Kairagi kyusu by Mukuhara Kashun
Kairagi teapot/
Mukuhara Kashun
Hagi yunomi tea cup by Mukuhara Kashun
Kairagi rugged yunomi/
Mukuhara Kashun
Hagi kairagi houhin
Kairagi sencha cup (small)/
Mukuhara Kashun
Shira hagi guinomi by Ohtani Masahiko
Shira hagi guinomi/
Ohtani Masahiko
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Shira hagi tokkuri by Ohtani Masahiko
Shira hagi tokkuri/
Ohtani Masahiko
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Shira hagi guinomi by Ohtani Masahiko
Shira hagi guinomi/
Ohtani Masahiko
Mentori guinomi by Ohtani Masahiko
Mentori guinomi/
Ohtani Masahiko SOLD
Mentori guinomi by Ohtani Masahiko
Mentori guinomi/
Ohtani Masahiko
SOLD
Shira hagi guinomi by Ohtani Masahiko
Shira hagi guinomi/
Ohtani Masahiko
Shira hagi guinomi by Ohtani Masahiko
Shira hagi guinomi/
Ohtani Masahiko
Shira hagi yunomi by Ohtani Masahiko
Shira hagi yunomi/
Ohtani Masahiko
Shira hagi katakuchi by Ohtani Masahiko
Shira hagi katakuchi/
Ohtani Masahiko
Shira hagi yunomi by Ohtani Masahiko
Shira hagi yunomi/
Ohtani Masahiko
Shira hagi yunomi by Ohtani Masahiko
Shira hagi yunomi/
Ohtani Masahiko
Shira hagi yunomi by Ohtani Masahiko
Shira hagi yunomi/
Ohtani Masahiko
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Shira hagi small matcha bowl by Ohtani Masahiko
Shira hagi small matcha bowl/
Ohtani Masahiko
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Shira hagi small matcha bowl by Ohtani Masahiko
Shira hagi small matcha bowl/
Ohtani Masahiko
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Hagi Kurinuki guinomi by Kaneta Masanao
Kurinuki guinomi/
Kaneta Masanao
Hagi Kurinuki yunomi by Kaneta Masanao
Kurinuki yunomi/
Kaneta Masanao
 
     
Hagi guinomi by Seigan
Sazae (turban shell) guinomi
Yamane Seigan
Hagi yunomi by Seigan
Aohagi yunomi
Yamane Seigan



Yohen cup
Yamane Seigan
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Kairagi tea bowl
Yamane Seigan
Hagi yunomi by Seigan
Kairagi yunomi
Yamane Seigan

Hagi guinomi by Seigan
Sansai warikoudai guinomi
Yamane Seigan
Tea ware by Seigan
Yohen Aohagi yunomi
Yamane Seigan
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Hagi guinomi by Seigan
Aohagi warikoudai guinomi
Yamane Seigan
Hagi sansai tea bowl
Sansai tea bowls by Seigan

 


 

Japanese pottery - Hagi candle holder
Ceramic candle holder/
Chinshugama kiln
 

Aohagi small Bonsai Pots by Seigan

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Hagi Bonsai pot
Hagi Bonsai pot

Hagi Bonsai pot
Hagi Bonsai pot
Hagi Bonsai ceramic plate
     
     

 

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Care instructions for Hagi yaki
Hagi yaki is made of very porous clay. As the items are used, tea deposits seep into the glaze,changing the color. Fans of Hagi yaki view this as a charming characteristic rather than a detraction. One gets the feeling that the items are adapting themselves to the owner's usage and that in time, each piece becomes even more unique and special.
When you first start using Hagi yaki, you may notice an earthy smell. This comes from the clay and will disappear with use, as tea deposits are absorbed into the glaze.
Because of the porous nature of the clay, the use of strong detergent is not recommended. Wash in hot water and dry with a soft cloth. Leave to dry naturally in a shady place before storing. Do not leave fluids standing in the items for any length of time as condensation may gather around the base and damage wooden counters or trays. Also, as the base tends to be rough, be careful when using on polished surfaces.

 
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