APPLE POTTERY JAPAN
Introduction of APPLE POTTERY JAPAN
Thank you for coming to APPLE POTTERY JAPAN.
APPLE POTTERY JAPAN is a site that opened in 2015. I wrote this about beautiful Japanese porcelain. Based on information such as books, museum exhibitions, and HP in pottery shops, I write about what I learned and what I thought.
Pottery that gives you color and joy！
I was interested in Japanese porcelain because I had a child who got married and visited the city of pottery in Yuko for several years. Having a small child and using beautiful favorite pottery in everyday life in an environment limited to going out has given life great color and joy.
While I was in the pottery city of Arita and Yoshiko, I met a wonderful work. I am a pottery writer, but with all my passion and passion, I feel that I am making works.
Healed by beautiful, traditional culture
My mother was undertaking the task of cutting Japanese embroidery on kimono at home when I was young. My mother's embroidery time was never an interesting time for me as an infant, but the embroidery of Japanese traditional kimono, spun with colorful glamorous silk threads, is beautiful and captivating while an infant. I was robbed. However, when kimono moved away from everyday Japan, when I became an elementary school, I no longer had the job of embroidering it.
Even after my work, I was always fascinated and healed by the beautiful Japanese traditional culture.
From now on in Japanese handmade and traditional crafts？
Embroidery on kimono is a job that requires precision and is very sober and rooted, and I think it is only difficult to inherit. The tradition of Japanese embroidery is tapered because not many people understand its goodness. Not only Japanese embroidery but also lacquerware/chest/bamboo work/tetsu/wrap/weave/septa treasure/skin/cut/wood carving, and the goodness of Japanese traditional crafts have been re-recognized. However, it requires denseness and advanced skill、Craftsmen who do sober work are said to be still diminishing.
Introducing beautiful porcelain and traditional culture
APPLE POTTERY JAPAN