Iga-yaki

伊賀焼

Iga-yaki is a pottery style that dates back over 1200 years. In the 17th century, this pottery type from the Mie Prefecture broadly influenced its era with vessels and vases used in tea ceremonies.

Nowadays, due to the high quality of its 3 million year old clay, Iga-yaki is mostly known for tableware such as earthen pots for everyday use. Especially because of their sturdiness and high heat resistance.

The Asemi Co. Iga-yaki cups are made by the artisan Tatsuro Seki. 

Step into his workshop here.

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