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Sanage ‰Ž“Š kilns. A group of old kilns in an area stretching from the western area of modern Nagoya –¼ŒÃ‰® city to the northern mountains of Sanage discovered after the World War II. Many kinds of ancient wares were found from Sanage kilns, including sueki {ŒbŠí pots from the end of the Kofun period, kaiyuu touki ŠDç֓©Ší (gray glazed pottery) from the Nara to mid the Heian periods, ryokuyuu touki —Îç֓©Ší (green glazed pottery) of Heian period, and teabowls from the Kamakura period. The Sanage kilns were probably influenced by Yuezhouyao (Jp: Esshuuyou ‰zB—q) and celadon porcelain of the Tang and Five dynasty periods in China. The Sanage kilns declined in the 12c, but developed into *tokonameyaki íŠŠÄ, *setoyaki £ŒËÄ and Atsumi ˆ­”ü ware. Old Sanage wares are found widely in the Touhoku “Œ–k and Chuugoku ’†‘ regions, and are especially plentiful in the cities of Nara and Kyoto.
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