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  • Title: eYAKIMONO Homepage - Japanese Pottery Information Center
    Descriptive info: .. Over 452 Pages.. Over 4,360 Images.. Copyright Notice.. Enter your search terms.. Web.. EY.. Submit search form.. e-YAKIMONO.. NET.. Yakimono means.. fired thing.. It's an important term that encompasses the entire ceramic culture of Japan.. This site is a learning center devoted to Japanese pottery.. Our.. e-Gallery (sister site).. offers ceramic art for the discerning collector.. For regular updates, please bookmark the.. e-Gallery.. The Information Center (site you are now viewing) is no longer updated regularly.. Our Logo.. Red  ...   Times Review, Yellin's Book.. Looking Back on 10 Years.. Yellin's e-Gallery.. sells work from.. Japan's finest kilns.. Who's Who A to Z of Potters.. What's What A to Z of Topics.. Where: Galleries, Museums.. Guidebook: Styles, Glazes, Timeline.. Learn about.. privacy.. policies, disclaimers, guarantees, and.. copyright issues.. Japan Times (JT) Stories by Robert Yellin.. Ten years of JT stories by Yellin, indexed A to Z.. Japan's Finest Kilns and Potters.. View or search our online gallery.. Site Design by Onmark Productions..

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  • Title: e-Yakimono - A to Z Listing of Japanese Ceramic Artists
    Descriptive info: WHO'S WHO.. Return to Who's Who A to Z Menu.. Yellin's gallery sells.. pieces from the.. kilns of Japan's.. finest potters.. Yellin Sake Stories.. Yellin Stories for.. The Japan Times.. and Other.. Publications.. 40+ Styles.. 200+ Photos.. Links to other.. quality web sites.. Stories by Robert Yellin (unless specified otherwise).. JT = Japan Times (Robert Yellin).. JCN = Japanese Ceramics Now (Aoyama Wahei).. Abe Anjin (Bizen).. Abe Anjin Exhibition (Bizen).. Abe Anjin, Bizen History.. JCN.. Abe Hitoshi (Shigaraki, Iga, Shino).. JT.. Abe Hitoshi Sake Vessels (Shino, Shigaraki).. Abe Hitoshi Exhibition (Shino, Shigaraki).. Ajiki Hiro (Chawan Exhibit).. Akira Ishihara (Porcelain).. Akiyama Yo (Photo Tour 27+).. Akiyama Yo.. Amano Masao (Pioneer of Clay, Izu Blue).. Aoyama Wahei (Stories for EY-NET).. Arakawa Toyozo Museum (Mino).. Arakawa Toyozo Kato Tokuro (Photo Tour 50+).. Artisan Spirit (Korakuen Kiln, Sake Vessels).. Asahi Grand Prix Award 2001 (new talent).. Atsuo Akai (Chawan Collector).. Awards - Jump to Main Awards Menu.. Bezanson, Thomas (American Potter).. Calligraphy - Masters of Ink and Earth.. Ceramic Soul - How Yellin Got Started.. Cohen Reiko - Echizen Artist.. Dick Lehman's Japan Travelogue.. Dix, John (American Practicing in Japan).. Ezaki Issei - Sake Vessels.. Foreigners (non-Japanese), Japanese Techniques.. Feibleman, Dorothy (English Potter).. Froese, Robert (Canadian Potter).. Fujihira Shin (Story, Photo Tour 30+).. Fujimoto Yoshimichi (Porcelain, LNT).. Fujioka Shuhei (Iga).. Fukami Sueharu (White Porcelain or Seihakuji).. Fukami Sueharu (Exhibit of His Early Ceramics).. Fukami Sueharu.. Furutani Kazuya (Exhibition Review).. Furutani Michio - Remembering Him (Iga, Shigaraki).. Furutani Michio - Anagama King (Iga, Shigaraki).. Furutani Michio - Anagama Work (Iga, Shigaraki).. Hamada Shoji (Folk Ware, Mingei, Mashiko).. Hamada Shoji's Reference Collection Museum.. Hamada Tomoo (Folk Ware).. Hamanaka Gesson (Hagi).. Hara Kiyoshi, New Living Nat'l Treasure.. Harada Shuroku (Exhibition Review).. Harada Shuroku (Ko-Bizen).. Harada Shuroku Sake Vessels (Bizen).. Hayashi Mamiko - Ceramic Lady.. Hewitt Mark - American Mingei Artist.. Hewitt Mark - Exhibition Review.. Hewitt Mark - Marking Time.. Hosai XIV XV (Matsubayashi, Asahi Pottery).. Hoshi Masayuki (Bizen Beer Mugs; Baird Brew).. Hosokawa Morihiro (Former PM; Tea Ware).. Ichino Masahiko (Tamba).. Ichino Masahiko Photo Tour (50+ photos).. Index to Japan Times Stories by Robert Yellin.. Isezaki Jun (Bizen Exhibition).. Isezaki Jun (Bizen).. Isezaki Jun (Living National Treasure, 2004).. Isezaki Mitsuru (Bizen).. Itaya Hazan (Noten).. Ito Sekisui V - Living National Treasure.. Ito Tadashi at Mukyo Gallery (Iwate).. Izu Potters - Photo Tour of 10 Izu Artists.. Japanese Ceramics Now by Aoyama Wahei.. Japan Ceramic Society - (Jump to "Awards" Page).. Japan Ceramic Soceity - Photo Tours Since 1954.. Japan Times Index - Stories by Robert Yellin.. Kagami Shukai (Ki-Seto, Tea Utensils).. Kagami Shukai (Ki-Seto Tokkuri, Sake Vessels).. Kako Katsumi (Exhibit Review, 2003).. Kako Katsumi (Green-Ash Glaze, 2001).. Kako Katsumi (Sake Vessels, 2003).. Kako Katsumi (New Glaze Effects, 2002).. Kakurezaki Ryuichi (Bizen Anagama).. Kakurezaki Ryuichi (Bizen Unchained).. Kakurezaki Ryuichi Exhibition (Bizen 2001).. Kakurezaki Ryuichi Exhibit (Bizen 2002).. Kakurezaki Ryuichi (Sake Vessels, Bizen).. Kakurezaki Ryuichi, Chawan Exhibition 2005.. Kamada Koji (Temmoku, Kyoto).. Kamiya Norio (Kamiya-Yaki).. Kamoda Shoji (Sue Wares, Ash Glaze, Mashiko).. Kamoda Shoji (Three Legends, Daruma Mag.. ).. Kamoda Shoji - Wings of Inspiration.. Kamoda Shoji Revisited Interview.. Kaneko Kenji (New Book, Commentator, Critique).. Kaneko Kenji Interview (2004-2005).. Kaneshige Michiaki - Sake Vessels (Bizen, Imbe).. Kaneshige Sozan (Bizen, Others).. Kaneta Masanao (Hagi).. Kaneta Masanao (Hagi, 2003 Exhibit).. Kanzaki Shiho (Shigaraki Iga).. Kato Kageaki (Sake Vessels).. Kato Kageaki, Kato Seizo (Mino Legends).. Kato Kozo (Mino, Gifu).. Kato Kozo Sakai Kobu (Shino).. Kato Kozo Interview (King of Mino).. Kato Kozo (Sake Vessels).. Kato Seizo, Kato Kageaki (Mino Legends).. Kato  ...   Designs).. Mori Togaku (Bizen, JCS 2001 Gold Prize).. Mori Togaku, His Art and Kilns (Bizen, Daruma).. Morino Hiroaki (Box Forms, Linear Patterns).. Morino Taimei (Exhibition Review).. Murata Gen (Mashiko, Folk Ware, Photo Tour 50+).. Nagae Shigekazu (Munich Winner, Ikomi).. Nagae Shigekazu (Ikomi, Seto Area).. Nagaoka Ami - Cobalt Blue Procelain.. Nagaoka Masami Exhibition (Shigaraki, Iga).. Nagatochi Hiromasu (Sake Vessels).. Nakagawa Jinenbo (Karatsu, Chawan, Oku-Korai).. Nakamura Rokuro (Photos only).. Nakatsuka Takaya Exhibition (Karatsu, Iga).. Nakatsuka Takaya Kiln Unloading (Karatsu, Iga).. Nakamura Takuo (Sake Vessels).. Nakamura Takuo (Zogan, Kirei-Sabi).. Nakamura Takuo Yoshita Yukio (Kirei-Sabi).. Nakazato Family Dynasty (Karatsu).. Newsletter Archive (EY-NET).. Ninsei Nonomura (Kyo-yaki).. Nishi Keiko (Stories for EY-NET).. Nishida Jun (Contemporary, Modern).. Niwa Ryochi - Sake Vessels.. Noguchi Isamu (Oribe).. Non-Japanese Potters, Japanese Techniques.. Ogawa Machiko (Photo Tour of Her Work).. Ogawa Machiko (Winner JCS Prize).. Ogawa Machiko Sake Vessel (White Cloud Glaze).. Ohmichi Masao (Crockery).. Ohi Toshio (Ohi-Yaki).. Ojio Kaoru (Porcelain).. Okada Yutaka (Hagi, Ido).. Okabe Mineo (Three Legends, Daruma Mag.. Ono Jiro (Kinrande Gold-Enamel Porcelain).. Oribe Furuta (Oribe Father).. Photo Tours of Japan's Most Important/Popular.. Rankings - How Japanese Rate Their Artists.. Reshaping Japan's Ceramic Scene (many artists).. Rokubee Kiyomizu VIII (Avant Garde).. Rosanjin Kitaoji; Photo Tour of His Art.. Rowan, Tim (US Bizen Potter).. Saeki Moriyoshi (Mishima, Zogan).. Sakai Kobu Kato Kozo (Shino).. Sakai Kobu (Shino Sake Vessels).. Sake Vessels - Books by Various Authors.. Sake Vessels - Interview with 3 Shuki Fanatics.. Sake Vessels - Stories on Various Artists.. Sakuma Totaro (Mashiko, Mingei).. Shapiro Jeff Exhibition (Yakishime, New York).. Shimada Fumio (Porcelain).. Shimamura Hikaru (Bizen).. Shimamura Hikaru (Sake Vessels, Bizen).. Shimaoka Tatsuzo Exhibition (Mingei, LNT).. Shimura Noriaki (Exhibition Review).. Shirasu Masako (Exhibition Review).. Shirasu Masako.. Shokunin - Artisan Spirit (Korakuen, Sake Vessels).. Suehiro Manabu (Bizen).. Sugimoto Sadamitsu (Shigaraki, Iga).. Sugiura Yasuyoshi (Saimon-ki).. Sugiura Yasuyoshi (Clay Flowers).. Sugiura Yasuyoshi, Interview, Part 1.. Sugiura Yasuyoshi, Interview, Part 2.. Suzuki Goro (Mino Wares, Yobitsugi).. Suzuki Goro (Mino, 2001 JCS Prize Winner).. Suzuki Goro (Oribe, 25 photos).. Suzuki Goro (Sake Vessels).. Suzuki Osamu (Sodeisha, Sculptural Forms).. Takahashi Samon (Kofuki, Many Traditional Forms).. Takauchi Shugo - Mashiko Mino Master.. Takiguchi Kazuo (Organic).. Takiguchi Kazuo.. Takita Koichi (Mingei, Porcelain).. Taroemon Family Dynasty (Karatsu).. Tokuda Yasokichi III (Kutani Porcelain).. Tomimoto Kenkichi (Photo Tour, 33 Photos).. Toyofuku Makoto (Overglazed Enameled Porcelain).. Tsuji Seimei (Karatsu, Shigaraki).. Tsuji Seimei (Three Legends, Daruma Mag.. Tsujimura Kai (Debut Exhibition).. Tsujimura Shiro (Black Chawan).. Tsumimura Shiro (Chawan Master).. Tsujimura Yui (Exhibit Review).. Tsukada Haruyoshi (Mukyo Gallery Owner).. Tsukamoto Haruhiko (Mino, Green Oribe Glaze).. Uchida Koichi (White Porcelain, Hakuju, Others).. Uraguchi Masayuki (Celadon Artist).. USA Potters, Japanese Techniques.. Wakimoto Hiroyuki (Bizen).. Wilson, Richard (Kenzan Specialist, Ceramic History).. Yagi Kazuo (30+ Photos).. Yamada Emu (Tea Pots, Tokoname).. Yamada Emu (Interview with the Artist).. Yamada Kazu Sake Vessel (Black Seto).. Yanagi Soetsu (Mingei).. Yanagi Soetsu (Mingei) - Japan Folk Crafts Museum.. Yellin, Robert (English Book on Japanese Pottery).. Yoshida Akira (Korean Style, Mishima, Porcelain).. Yoshida Yoshihiko (Shino, Setoguro, Shirokesho).. Yoshida Yoshihiko (Sake Vessels).. Yoshida Yoshihiko (Mino).. Yoshida Yoshihiko (Chawan, Tea, Zen).. Yoshimura Toshimi (Cheese-cloth Impressed, Pastel).. Yoshisuji Keiji - Yakishime Artist.. Yoshisuji Keiji (Yakishime, Anagama).. Yoshisuji Keiji (Sake Vessels).. Yoshita Yukio (Kutani, 2003 Exhibit).. Yoshita Yukio Nakamura Takuo (Kirei-Sabi).. Power Search by Style Topic.. WHAT'S NEW.. Yellin Blog.. Power Search.. VISUAL.. TOURS.. Living Nat'l Treasures.. JCA 2005.. 18th Biennial.. JCS Awards.. Since 1954.. 2004.. 2003.. 2002.. 2001.. Honoho Rankings.. Popular/Important.. Contemporary.. Ibaraki Ceramic Arts.. Home.. |.. e-Store.. Who's Who.. What's What.. Where.. Guidebook.. Newsletter.. About Us.. Site design and maintenance by Onmark Productions..

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  • Title: What's What in Japanese Pottery
    Descriptive info: WHAT'S WHAT.. Return to What's What A to Z Menu.. OWNER'S MANUAL.. The Box: Keep It !.. Caring for Your Pot.. How to Tie the Box.. Tips on Pot Display.. The Foot - Kodai.. Sake Stories.. by Yellin.. USEFUL GUIDES.. Timeline Guide.. Books Guide.. Clay Guide.. Glazes Guide.. Keshiki Guide.. Kiln Guide.. Sake Shapes.. Sake Vessels.. Technique Guide.. Videos Guide.. Learn about styles, kilns, glazes, and other topics.. Agano.. Bizen.. Celadon.. Clays.. Echizen.. Glazes.. Hagi.. Ido.. Iga.. Irabo.. Karatsu.. Kasama.. Keshiki.. Kilns.. Kohiki.. Kyo-yaki.. -.. Kenzan.. Ninsei.. Mashiko.. Mingei.. Mino.. Ki-Seto.. Oribe.. Setoguro.. Shino.. Mishima.. Mumyoi.. Neriage.. Ohi-yaki.. Porcelain.. Arita.. Hakuji.. Hizen.. Imari.. Iro-e Jiki.. Kakiemon.. Kinrande.. Koto Yaki.. Kutani.. Ko Kutani.. Markings.. Nabeshima.. Seihakuji.. Sometsuke.. Raku-yaki.. Sansai.. Seto.. Shigaraki.. Shodai-yaki.. Takatori.. Tamba.. Techniques.. Tenmoku.. Timeline.. Tokoname.. Yakishime.. Click here.. All stories by Robert Yellin (unless specified otherwise).. JT = Japan Times JCN = Japanese Ceramics Now.. Antique Pottery Fairs in Japan.. Appreciating Ceramics - See with a Silent Mind.. Awards - Jump to Main Menu for Awards.. Bizen Markings - Kamajirushi (Kiln Marks).. Bizen Photo Essay.. Bizen Town - A Walk Around Bizen Town.. Bizen Treasures.. Books on Pottery.. Books on Sake Vessels.. Boxes - Don't Throw Out the Box.. Caring for Your Pottery.. Celadon - Uraguchi Masayuki Interview.. Ceramic Styles Guidebook.. Chawan - The Soul of a Bowl.. Contemporary Japanese Ceramics Exhibition.. Department Stores Play Gallery Game.. Displaying Your Pottery (Some Tips).. Exhibitions - Now Showing.. Festivals - Nationwide Listing of Pottery Festivals.. Foot - The Kodai is Very Important.. Foreign (non-Japanese) Potters, Japanese Methods.. Free Monthly Newsletter - Sign Up Here.. Galleries - Select Listing of Fine Galleries.. Guidebook on Japanese Pottery.. Guidebook - Sake Shapes.. Guinomi - Sake Vessels Stories.. Guinomi - Sake Shapes Guide.. Hagi - Miwa Kyusetsu XI.. Hagi - Miwa Kyusetsu XII.. Hagi  ...   Tour 60 Photos !.. Kasama - Ibaraki Ceramic Art Museum.. Keshiki - Ceramic Landscapes (Photo Tour).. Keshiki Guidebook.. Korea - World Ceramic Exposition 2001.. Korean Influence on Japanese Pottery (Hagi).. Koto Yaki - Rare Edo/Meiji Period Porcelain.. Kyoto Ware (Kyo-yaki and Raku).. JT.. Kutani Sake Vessels.. Kutani Ware (Yoshita Yukio, 2003 Exhibit).. Links to Other Fine Web Resources.. Living National Treasures (Photo Tour).. Markings on Porcelain Export Ware.. (outside link).. Mashiko Ceramics Competition (Awards, 2000).. Mino Momoyama Pottery.. Mino for the Modern World.. Mishima Pottery.. Momoyama Mino Pottery.. Momoyama Revival - Special Exhibit.. Museums - Nationwide Listing for Pottery.. Nabeshima Porcelain, Toguri Museum of Art.. New York City Galleries.. Newsletter Archive (ey-Net).. Newsletter - Sign Up fo Free Newsletter.. Oribe Overseas (Oribe Furuta, Noguchi Isamu).. Photo Tours - Main Menu.. Porcelain, Imari Ware.. - JT.. Porcelain, Nabeshima Ware (Toguri Museum of Art).. Porcelain Markings on Export Ware.. Primer on Japanese Pottery (More than 40 styles).. Ceramics Q A.. Reshaping Japan's Ceramic Scene.. Rope - How to Tie the Pottery Box.. Sake Shapes Guide (Photo Tour).. Sake Vessels - Interview with Three Fanatics.. Sake Vessels - Main Menu to Various Stories.. Seto Markings - Kamajirushi.. Shigaraki (Great Shigaraki Exhibition).. Shodai Yaki (Style, Folk Mingei Kilns).. Six Old Kilns of Japan Exhibition (rokkouyo).. Styles Guide - Guide to Dozens of Styles.. Suntory Exhibition - 1,200 Years of Japanese Pottery.. Tamba Master - Ichino Masahiko.. Techniques Guide - Photo Tour with Commentary.. Tea Forms (Modern Tea Vessels, Tanabe Museum).. Tea Time - Some Common Tea Terms.. Timeline - Development of Japanese Pottery.. Tokkuri - Sake Vessels.. Tokkuri - Sake Shapes Guide.. Trademarks - see "Kamajirushi (Kiln Marks)" above.. Utsuwa - Tableware.. Videos on Pottery.. Yashichida Oribe by Suzuki Goro.. Yunomi - Tea Cups, Some Essential Tea Terms.. Site Design Maintenance by.. Onmarkproductions.. com..

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  • Title: Where - Nationwide Listings of Japanese Pottery Venues
    Descriptive info: WHERE.. Return to Where Top Menu.. Launched in 2006,.. this is the site to.. bookmark if you.. desire regular.. updates on Japan's.. pottery scene.. Guest Book.. Exhibit previews.. and assorted news.. items are also sent.. periodically to those.. who have signed.. the Web Gallery.. Click a link in the far left column to search our database for galleries, museums and other pottery-related resources.. There are hundreds of listings organized by region and prefecture.. The database is supplemented with the Feature Stories presented in the below list.. All stories by Robert Yellin.. Feature Stories  ...   Hamada Shoji - Reference Collection (Tochigi).. Heiwajima Antiques (Tokyo).. Ibaraki Ceramic Art Museum (Kasama 1).. Ibaraki Ceramic Art Museum (Kasama 2).. Japan Folk Crafts Museum (Mingeikan, Tokyo).. Japan Ceramic Arts Biennial Exhibit 2005.. Kawai Kanjiro Home (Kyoto).. Mingeikan (Japan Folk Crafts Museum, Tokyo).. Mishima Ceramic Market.. Musée Tomo (Tokyo Museum).. Museum of Modern Ceramic Arts (Gifu).. Shigaraki Exhibit (Shiga).. Shinwa Auction (Tokyo, 2001).. Shinwa Auction (Tokyo, 1999).. Suntory Museum: 1200 Years of Pottery (Tokyo).. Tanabe Museum - Tea Forms (Shimane).. Yufuku Gallery Toku Art (Tokyo).. SISTER.. SITES.. Site Design and Maintenance by Onmark Productions..

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  • Title: Japanese Pottery - FREE NEWS Sign Up
    Descriptive info: FREE NEWS.. Written by Robert Yellin.. to.. view archived.. newsletters.. PRIVACY POLICY.. We do not and.. will not share your.. information with.. other companies.. or individuals.. We.. promise to protect.. your privacy.. YELLIN'S E-YAKIMONO BLOG.. www.. e-yakimono.. blogspot.. Please bookmark this Blog if you're interested in regular updates on Japan's ceramic scene.. Yellin's Blog serves as his personal diary and photo dictionary.. It allows site readers to travel along with Robert as he visits Japan's top artists and kilns or talks with up-and-coming potters.. In  ...   GUEST BOOK.. Exhibition previews and assorted news items are also sent periodically to those who have signed the.. Web Gallery Guest Book.. e-Yakimono.. net.. (this site) is no longer.. updated on a regular.. basis.. For regular.. updates, see.. Our email newsletter was discontinued in Dec.. 2005.. If you previously signed up for the email newsletter, no action is required.. Your name and email have been deleted from our database.. We also refuse to share your data with other parties.. To view our newsletter archive,.. click here..

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  • Title: Japanese Pottery - About Us, About e-Yakimono.net
    Descriptive info: ABOUT US.. About e-Yakimono, Contact Us, Copyright Issues.. Map to Our Office.. Privacy Policy.. We do not and will not share your information with other companies or individuals, and we promise to protect the privacy of the information you supply us.. e-Store Guarantee.. If for any reason you are not satisfied with your ceramic purchase, it can be returned for a full refund (minus shipping charges back to Japan).. This policy is good for ten days after receipt of the work.. Disclaimer.. This site provides links to other quality sites and stores.. However, e-yakimono cannot be held responsible for any troubles that might arise in your dealings with these sites.. Copyright.. for our policies on reproducing site content.. Japanese Ceramics.. Learning Center.. and eStore.. is devoted to bringing people everywhere the best in traditional and modern Japanese ceramics.. Our goal is to give you the best on both an educational level and ecommerce level.. Our alliance is composed of the following two parts:.. Pottery Knowledge Center.. net (English; this site).. The Robert Yellin Yakimono Gallery.. Online Pottery eGallery eStore.. Japanese Antique Dealer's License: #491040228600.. japanesepottery.. (English).. Robert Yellin.. Email Robert.. The.. Yakimono.. Gallery.. for photos.. of the Gallery.. Robert Yellin hosts both this site (e-yakimono.. net), its sister eStore (.. japanesepottery.. ), and the Robert Yellin Yakimono Gallery in Mishima City (Japan).. Robert has been a resident of Japan since 1984.. He writes a monthly column on Japanese ceramics in the.. Japan Times,.. the largest English newspaper in Japan.. He also writes for.. Daruma.. magazine, and was a former columnist for.. Honoho Geijutsu,.. a leading quarterly devoted to contemporary Japanese ceramics.. He is also the author of.. Yakimono Sanka.. published by Kogei Shuppan, a book (in Japanese) about sake utensils that was recommended by the Japanese Library Association for inclusion into all public libraries..  ...   information about antique and contemporary Japanese pottery.. In collaboration with.. (the online pottery store), we offer you the chance to explore the world of Japanese pottery in the English language.. Our database, in both English and Japanese flavors, is the most extensive online knowledge center anywhere.. And our store, also run by Yellin, offers some of Japan's finest ceramics.. Yakimono means 'fired thing' in Japanese and we wish to make this word known the world over.. Enjoy your visit -- learn about Japanese potters, events, exhibitions, search our glossary and museum guide, find videos on Japanese pottery, and discover much much more about Japanese pottery.. We update frequently!.. trocadero.. Trocedaro provides secure ecommerce and storefront software.. A leading ecommerce provider in the USA, Trocedaro was named for the Portugese explorers and traders of the 15th through 17th centuries.. Trocadero means place of trade.. It is a word with meaning in many cultures.. In France, it is the namesake of the primary buildings of the 1878 and 1937 Expositions in Paris -- both still stand today.. The last trocadero (Macau) was restored to China by Portugal on the 20th of December, 1999.. Yellin's Japanese Antique Dealer's License Number is 491040228600.. Red vessel next to black.. character for pottery (read tou ).. Site Awards.. Best of the Net.. Award from.. About.. onmark.. designs.. Site design by.. Mark Schumacher.. and his design team.. For people in need of both Japanese and English language storefronts, this small design company offers a great variety of services and excellent pricing.. About Site Design.. net (this site) was.. created by.. OnmarkProductions.. ,.. a web-design firm based in Kamakura, Japan.. OnmarkProductions is also home to.. the popular A-to-Z Photo Dictionary.. of Japanese Buddhist Sculpture,.. and the creator of Buddhist-Artwork.. com,.. the latter selling quality hand-carved wooden.. statues of the various Buddhist deities..

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  • Title: Copyright Policies for EY Net Content and Photos
    Descriptive info: Unless otherwise specified, this site's photographs, text, PC-generated images and designs, and all other content contained herein are:.. Copyright 1998 - 2007.. All rights reserved.. Online since 1998.. ROBERT YELLIN THE.. ROBERT YELLIN YAKIMONO GALLERY.. BASIC PRINCIPLES FOR REPRODUCING SITE CONTENT:.. No linking directly to our pictures; please make links to the web pages.. You are free to use site content for your own private, personal use.. Non-commercial websites may use our photos and content without authorization.. However, our copyright notice (see below) must be clearly displayed alongside all images/text copied from this site, and it must include a link back to our site.. Commercial sites must pay a fee if they wish to commercially publish information from this site.. In most cases, however, our fees are minimal or entirely waived depending on the objectives of the the commercial site.. Nonetheless, our copyright notice (see below) must appear alongside all content copied from this site.. Above rules appy for non-English-language sites who translate our content or use our photos.. to request authorization.. COPYRIGHT NOTICE MUST APPEAR ALONGSIDE OUR  ...   THIS SITE.. WHERE DO YOUR CREDITS APPEAR?.. This site uses images and text resources found in the public domain.. When this happens, credits are given directly above or below the image or in the normal body of the text.. Credits may also appear in the image ALT tag.. To view ALT tags, hold your mouse momentarily over the image.. A small text box will appear, showing a description or credit.. If no credit is given, it means the image or text is to be credited to Robert Yellin and EY NET.. We respect intellectual property rights, and we ask our viewers to do the same.. Should you feel that your work has been improperly reproduced herein, or misrepresented in any form or shape, or should you feel that we have infringed on your copyright, we kindly ask that you contact us directly with your requests, or provide us with all necessary materials to protect your copyright.. If we have mistakenly omitted a credit, or given an incorrect credit, please.. so it can be fixed or removed from this site..

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  • Title: Japanese Pottery Primer - EY Net
    Descriptive info: Six Old Kilns.. Outside review.. by Shiho Kanzaki.. Enjoy the tour !.. Styles Menu.. Asahi.. Jomon.. Koto-Yaki.. Koto-yaki.. Trademarks.. Yayoi.. Although you don't need to know much about Japanese pottery to enjoy using it, there is a fascinating culture just below the surface (regional styles, histories, influence from China and Korea, and much more).. There are several schools of Japanese pottery, all of which are focused on a region and the nature of the clay that is found there.. There are six main schools, or kilns, in Japan, some dating back to the twelfth century.. These schools and their modern-day locations are:.. Bizen (Okayama).. Shigaraki (Shiga).. Seto (Aichi).. Echizen (Fukui).. Tamba (Hyogo).. Tokoname (Aichi).. There are others areas as well, like.. from Saga, and.. from Yamaguchi,.. from Mie,.. from Gifu (including.. ,.. , and.. ), and.. , a Kyoto style that came about with the Edo-Period (1603 - 1867) lifestyle.. The six main schools are called.. "rokkouyo".. in Japanese.. The term rokkouyo is out of date and in a sense not true.. At least 77 other ancient kiln sites belonging to the.. Sue  ...   but also the chemical composition of the clay of the region.. Minerals like iron and magnesium fuse with the clay to provide different colors and surface textures, and combine with other factors like the type of wood used to fire a kiln to provide a unique style.. Some of these styles are more porous, others are smoother, lending themselves to glazing.. Even from within the same region, mountain clay and rice-field clay give rise to different qualities.. (see Clay for more).. The kama (kilns) within which the pieces are fired are vastly different as well.. There are tall, climbing, multi-chambered kilns known as noborigama, and there are also simpler, single-chambered kilns known as anagama.. (see Kilns for more).. Some artists fire pieces for only a few days, and some fire pieces for as long as several weeks.. The interaction of the ash from the wood used as fuel and the clay gives rise to the various characteristic appearances (see.. and.. ).. Most of these will change color to some degree as they are used, as water and other elements impart subtle chemical reactions..

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  • Title: Japanese Pottery - Office Photos, Office Opening
    Descriptive info: Click Here for.. Photo Montage of.. Office Opening.. Oct.. Both.. (this site) and our sister eGallery.. work out of the same office, which opened in October 2001.. Since not many of you can visit our office here in Mishima (Japan), I thought I'd post a few photos showing the  ...   for the senses.. Do stop by if you're in this neck of the bamboo forest!.. Click here for directions.. Below Photos 2008.. Click any image to view larger photo.. Below Photos 2006.. BELOW PHOTOS - AUGUST 2003.. BELOW PHOTOS - October 2001.. Click Below Images to See Larger Photos..

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  • Title: Book by Robert Yellin, An Ode to Japanese Pottery, Sake Cups and Flasks
    Descriptive info: Released on.. July 26, 2004.. Yellin's gallery.. sells pieces from.. the kilns of Japan's.. CLICK HERE TO ORDER.. WHAT'S NEW -- MARCH 2006.. Book Review from the Clay Times.. The Journal of Ceramic Trends Techniques.. March / April 2006, Volume 12, #2.. Review by Steven Branfman.. Read Another Outside Review.. of This Book from Ceramics Today.. ceramicstoday.. com/books/yellin.. htm.. BOOK TITLE:.. Ode to Japanese Pottery: Sake Cups and Flasks.. by Robert Lee Yellin.. Book Details:.. Title: Ode to Japanese Pottery, Sake Cups and Flasks.. Author: Robert Lee Yellin.. Hardcover: 208 pages.. Dimensions: 22.. 7 x 18.. 2 x 2 cm.. Photos: All color photography, 62 pages.. Photography: Yoshihide Minato and Hiroya Yoshimori.. Language: English.. Publisher: Coherence Inc.. ISBN: 4-907731-05-1.. Price: $49.. 50.. HIGHLIGHTS: Sake cups and flasks by approximately 100 modern and contemporary potters.. Main text by Robert Yellin, with additional text by Wahei Aoyama entitled A Brief History of Sake Vessels.. " Book includes a detailed glossary of terms, and hand-painted calligraphy and artwork by various artists.. This book is the English version of.. , by Robert Yellin, first published in Japanese in 1995 by Kogei Shuppan.. Yakimono Sanka was recommended by the Japanese Library Association for inclusion into all Japanese public libraries.. REVIEW: In the world of Japanese pottery lie the aesthetic sensibilities of traditional Japanese culture.. Robert L.. Yellin, ceramic art columnist for The Japan Times, delivers in this detailed volume his insights  ...   (55) 991-5387.. Email:.. to email EY-Net.. A Look Inside Robert Yellin's Book.. EXCERPT from "Ode to Japanese Pottery," page 40.. Isezaki Yozan -- Tokkuri of Eternity.. Isezaki Yozan (1902 - 1961) was a Bizen potter renowned for his sculptured pieces.. He was designated an Okayama Prefecture Intangible Cultural Property in 1954.. I have only come across one of his pieces on all my journeys (his pieces are quite rare).. However, it is this tokkuri that I feel most closely gives me a glimpse of things eternal or 'mugen' in Japanese.. This tokkuri is so simple in its appearance that it is almost deceiving; yet within its form are colors and a depth that refreshes the spirit.. It is a piece that takes time to appreciate, like a good piece of music or a cherished friend.. It is only with frequent contact and after a period of time that we can begin to comprehend the wisdom inherent within.. This piece was fired with a cup or bowl over its neck (kabuse-yaki), which gives the effect of a ring around the shoulder.. net) and its sister eStore (.. For ten years, he wrote a.. monthly column.. on Japanese ceramics in the.. Honoho Geijutsu.. , a leading quarterly devoted to contemporary Japanese ceramics.. The English version of this book.. became available.. (this page) in July 2004.. For a listing of all Yellin stories for the above publications,.. please click here..

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  • Title: Japanese Yakimono in the Last Ten Years (Date: Dec. 2005)
    Descriptive info: for.. index to all.. Yellin stories for.. Looking Back on 10 Years of Yakimono.. By ROBERT YELLIN.. for The Japan Times: Dec.. 22, 2005.. Standing in entrance.. of Bizen potter.. Togaku Mori's.. 90m kiln in Ushimado.. Okayama Prefecture (2004).. In the 10 years since this column started, much has changed in the worldwide perception of yakimono (Japanese ceramic art).. I'm talking about in the contemporary realm, not antiques.. The deep and wide world of contemporary Japanese ceramic art is as varied as there are stars in a brilliant winter night sky.. Regional styles, up-and-coming or veteran potters, myriads of forms, tea wares, folk wares, values, fakes and exhibitions, all these things were hardly addressed in English-language books and media, and as a young student back in 1988 I was at a loss.. I had no choice but to hound museums, markets, galleries, ateliers and bookstores and learn by myself, with little English assistance.. I shunned TV for years and poured over books and magazines (.. Honoho Geijustsu.. and later Tohjiro, to name the two best) night after night.. That is one of the main reasons I first approached The Japan Times as a former collector who wanted to share basic information, such as where to see good exhibitions.. There is nowhere in the world better than in Japan to enjoy an impressive variety of high-level ceramic art.. In Tokyo alone each week there must be more ceramic art exhibits than in New York in a half a year!.. I hope that this column has enriched the lives of some who might not have otherwise known about a certain exhibition, then went, bought a piece, and realized through use the literal and spiritual nourishment good ceramic art imparts, the profound joy such pieces bring to daily life.. In the Japanese ceramic art world right now, there is an exponential rise in  ...   the New Century that is showing till July 9, 2006.. The majority of the work on display is from the private collection of Alice and Halsey North (.. northgroup.. biz/ceramics/.. ), pioneer collectors who have had the yakimono itch for about 20 years now.. They have studied, and often visited kilns and selected works of the highest quality; their collection is as good as it gets for modern forms.. The North Collection has been featured in a past issue of Kateigaho International (.. int.. kateigaho.. As noted in this column, this year, other overseas exhibitions of contemporary Japanese ceramic art have been held in Germany, Italy and the U.. S.. -- the latter boasting sold-out exhibitions at private galleries.. Even the Gitter-Yelen Art Study Center, a New Orleans-based, private Japanese Art Study Center updated its mostly Edo Period Zen painting collection guided by a new found love of modern clay (.. gitter-yelen.. My own life has changed greatly these past 10 years as I went from being a university lecturer to running two Web sites on Japanese ceramic art.. And that is how I shall continue to spread the word on Japanese ceramic art.. If you are interested in receiving updates, you can sign my guest book at.. and sometime early next year a new yakimono blog will go online, sharing information on exhibitions and giving a who's who of the ceramics scene.. I sincerely wish to thank The Japan Times for allowing me to share this passion of mine with all of you loyal readers for this past decade.. I will continue to send in special reports on outstanding exhibitions from time to time, yet for now I am stepping back from my regular Ceramic Scene.. Writing this column has been a true and blessed honor; kokoro kara kansha shiteorimasu.. The Japan Times: Dec.. 22, 2005.. (C) All rights reserved..

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