Imari ware(also called Arita ware) are porcelain which have been produced around the town of Arita, in Saga prefecture from around 400 years ago.
There are popular 3 artistic styles of Arita Porcelain ― Ko-Imari, Kakiemon, and Nabeshima wares.
Imari ware/Arita ware are light and delicate and both have excellent durability because their porcelain is produced from porcelain stone. Their characteristics are a fine, smooth texture and a color scheme of dyed indigo and bright red asbolite on transparent white porcelain.
In 16th century, pottery techniques were brought from Korea and developed uniquely in Saga. Today, highly artistic pottery is being produced. And in 17th century, products were exported through the Dutch East India Company and were hugely popular at the Paris Expo in 1867. Then from the late-17th century, Imari ware products especially the Kakiemon-style ware began shipping to Europe and the elegant porcelain attracted royals and nobles. Imari ware played a huge part in the boom of Japanism in Europe.
Airport/Sta.Imari sta. (about 4.4km) Google Transit
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He welcomed me again and remembered that he came back several months ago during the conversation, and he was so glad to see him.. He hugs and shakes his hands again and again, waving umeboshi, tea, oolong tea, Okinawa brown sugar candy, etc. He gives it over and over again. Hehe recently stayed at the Conrad Hotel, saying that he has been to Yeouido, Korea. Again, please give me your business card and reply, saying that I will contact you the next time you visit Korea.. The company recently obtained a license to manufacture alcoholic beverages, and local sake is also available. It's in the middle of manufacturing and selling. Farmhouse-made organic fruit jams are also cutely placed among the pottery on display. If the number at the end of the gypsy period looked messy, he writes it on the paper with a ballpoint pen, removes the Usuri and reduces it to his liking.. Heh, there is a wife next to him. Is only piled up with the deepening autumn... Sayonara Imari blue sky...
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