Collection: Shokeizan-yaki


Shokeizan Kiln is said to have been founded as far back as the Bunsei Era. It built a climbing kiln in Yunotsu, Shimane Prefecture, which was one of the oldest kilns in Iwami ware.
The last potter, the late Umeo Yamamoto, inherited the traditional art of making Hando bowl (large water bowls).

And he works with home-made clay and green, straw-white, and raitai glazes for tea utensils (tea bowls, sencha vessels, Furo, kettles, water jars, water drops, and Kensui), flower vases, tableware, and miscellaneous vessels.