The pottery of Jinenbo Kiln, no two pieces are the same.
About Karatsu Pottery
The pottery of Jinenbo Kiln is all hand made, from the clay preparation to firing the kiln.
It takes a great deal of time and effort, but no two pieces are the same.
Each piece of pottery is unique and valuable in its own way.
In addition, the clay and other materials are used as much as possible from Karatsu.
I am making pottery with the intention of contributing to the 400 years of history and tradition.
Obsession Nakagawa Jinenbo kiln
The homemade clay I use is characterized by its coarse grain and high iron content, which gives it a rich color and texture that goes well with glazes, and the bold earthiness can be seen even under the
Karatsu ware Nakagawa Jinenbo kiln
Karatsu Pottery has some variation. Chosen / Korean, Hakeme / Brush Decorated, Kohiki / White Slip-ware, Madara / Mottled, Mishima / Stamp, Slip Inlay, Kuro / Black.