Tea Dust is called soba glaze in Japan. This is because yellow has a strong presence in the black tenmoku glazing. As a result, a glossy and deeper surface and a flowing yellow line have been achieved compared to the conventional one.
An interchange between the transient and the immutable is central to the soul of haiku.- Basho
"Immutable" means something that transcends the old and new of the times, and "trend" means something that changes from time to time, but the two are not essentially in opposition and are all "trends" after all. Thus, if you comprehend it, you will naturally generate "immutable" out of "trend," and if you truly devote yourself to "immutable," then you will produce "trend" as it is.
Since its founding in 1951, Tsumagi Nikko has been challenging to create various textures and colors as a production partner of Mino-ware, which produces the world's widest variety of ceramics.
By harmonizing with the soil, mold shape, firing temperature, and atmosphere handled by each ceramic manufacturer, we are trying to "make glazes that people who get them will feel beautiful."
Our Most Popular Glazes
Brown SnakeHave you ever seen a glaze that looks like a snake? This is a matte texture with a particularly strong...Regular price $20.00 / 2 pintsRegular priceUnit price per