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Tanba ware. Also called tachikuiyaki —§YΔ. One of the Six Old Kilns, a general name for a type of sueki {ŒbŠν ware made in Tanba ’O”g (now Takigun ‘½‹IŒS and Hikamigun •XγŒS, Hyougo prefecture). The main kiln in Tachikui —§Y, Kondamachi ‘“c’¬, Takigun has produced folkwares from the Kamakura period to the present. Tsubo ’Ω (jars), kame αP (jars), suribachi ₯”« (earthenware mortars), and tokkuri “Ώ—˜ (sake Žπ bottles) were the most common vessel types. Usually without a glaze or with a natural glaze, the surface decoration is provided by the natural reddish black color of iron-rich Tanba clay. In the Momoyama period artificial glazes were used for such tea vessels as *mizusashi …Žw (water jars), *hanaire ‰Τ“ό (flower vases) and *chaire ’ƒ“ό(tea caddies). Tanba ware made through the Momoyama period is called ko-tanba ŒΓ’O”g (old Tanba).
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