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Hello. I asked a Karatsu ceramics guide if they know of this chawan artist. She told me this is a Ido-Chawan style made in Tottori Prefecture. Base on his chop and signage, the name of this potter is Nagai Kanrian, of the the kiln Chisoku-gama. He passed away last year. I am not sure how you can fur...
- Wed Oct 30, 2019 12:13 am
- Forum: Special Events & Offerings
- Topic: Inaugural Group Tasting: Sinensis Yokkaichi & Ippodo Tokusen Gyokuro
- Replies: 128
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Hello! I am not used to onlline group tastings, so this would be my first attempt to write it out... I didn't really get a chance to sit down and had Japanese teas until yesterday. It was just an initial brew to try first. We had 2 gyokuros: Yokkaichi Saemidori and Kettl's Kyomidori. For this initia...
- Wed Oct 02, 2019 3:49 pm
- Forum: Additional Regions
- Topic: Korean Teaware Showcase
- Replies: 48
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Hello. Just starting to get into Korean ceramics this year, so excuse my amateur-ity. This is a wood fired tea pot made by Park Yeon Tae from Mungyeong, North Gyeongsang. I met him and his wife during the chasabal festival this May. It's my first time using it today, and found some balhyocha from 2 ...
- Sun Sep 29, 2019 11:06 pm
- Forum: Announcements & Guides
- Topic: Introduce Yourself
- Replies: 922
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How long have you been drinking tea? As long as I can remember. Drinking tea is a usual practice in our home, just not at a terrible serious level. More like a family and friends gathering, or during my dad's mahjong sessions with his buddies. What kind of tea do you drink? Everything. Family enjoys...
- Sun Sep 29, 2019 10:06 pm
- Forum: Past Events & Offerings
- Topic: Limited Edition Special Offer #2: Sinensis Yokkaichi Gyokuro
- Replies: 32
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Hello. I am new here. Can I also participate in 1 x 50g of the Yokkaichi Gyokuro? Is the Ippodo Kyoto shop Special Gyokuro finished already?