The answers to the Japanese Ceramics Quiz are posted. You can see the quiz and answers here.
Here is the Intro to Japanese ceramics to help you identify Japanese ceramics.
How many did you get?
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I hope everyone is getting along with social distancing. While we are at home, I have devised a short quiz for students. * I have decided to offer prizes for the quiz. This is an open book quiz and I have put together a resource to help you identify Japanese ceramics:
Intro to Japanese ceramics
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I think I had been studying for about 3 years when I thought I would like to acquire my first teabowl. In those days there was not the internet nor eBay to purchase utensils. So we had to ask someone to buy it for us in Japan or find some other way of acquiring utensils. …
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All those rows of tools For cutting and chopping wood You have just two hands
My husband is a woodworker and he has an impressive amount of tools in the shop for cutting and chopping wood. From large table saws with impressive blades to tiny knives and files. Yet he can only use his two …
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We have been practicing with a variety of dogu this year in the intermediate classes. I have a bronze set of the 7 futaoki supposedly favored by Rikyu. (Rikyu no nanashu no futaoki). A futaoki is a kettle lid rest, and also can be used to rest the hishaku. These are ways to handle …
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