Vintage Antique Arita Japan 6 Piece Porcelain Tea Set Mint Condition
Vintage Antique Arita Japan 6 Piece Porcelain Tea Set Mint Condition
Vintage Antique Arita Japan 6 Piece Porcelain Tea Set Mint Condition
Vintage Antique Arita Japan 6 Piece Porcelain Tea Set Mint Condition
Vintage Antique Arita Japan 6 Piece Porcelain Tea Set Mint Condition
Vintage Antique Arita Japan 6 Piece Porcelain Tea Set Mint Condition
Vintage Antique Arita Japan 6 Piece Porcelain Tea Set Mint Condition
Vintage Antique Arita Japan 6 Piece Porcelain Tea Set Mint Condition
Vintage Antique Arita Japan 6 Piece Porcelain Tea Set Mint Condition
Vintage Antique Arita Japan 6 Piece Porcelain Tea Set Mint Condition
Vintage Antique Arita Japan 6 Piece Porcelain Tea Set Mint Condition
Vintage Antique Arita Japan 6 Piece Porcelain Tea Set Mint Condition

Arita-Yaki

Vintage Antique Arita Japan 6 Piece Porcelain Tea Set Mint Condition

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Vintage Antique Arita Japan 6 Piece Porcelain Tea Set
Teapot 4" x 6.5" 6.5"
Cup 3.5" x 3.5" x 4"
History of Imari (Arita)-yaki

Imari-yaki and Arita-yaki belong to the Japanese porcelain. Though the people overseas would know the name of “Imari” rather than “Arita”, you may think that they are the almost same thing.

The history of the Arita-yaki started by the Korean potter Yi Sam-pyeong in the early 17th century. It is also the first production of the porcelain in Japan. Yi Sam-pyeong made the ascending kiln in Arita area, Saga Prefecture. So, they call the porcelain Arita-yaki (Arita ware).

By beginning the shipping to the other region in the country or abroad, they carried the Arita-yaki products from the Imari Port. That’s why the people in other country call it Imari.

Today, we call Imari-yaki and Arita-yaki according to each producing district.

The high-quality soil of the districts and 1300 ℃ baking make the porcelains hard. Though the products seem fragile, it has an excellent strength of the material. Furthermore, the Potters stone contained much feldspar produces a fine-grained surface.

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