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Pottery making traditions of the Ikombe Kisi of Kyela District.

S.A.C Waane

Pottery making traditions of the Ikombe Kisi of Kyela District.

by S.A.C Waane

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Published by National Museum of Tanzania in Dar es Salaam .
Written in English


Edition Notes

SeriesOccasional paper (National Museum of Tanzania) -- no.4
The Physical Object
Pagination50 p.
Number of Pages50
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14387036M

History _During Kan-ei year of Edo era (in 's), Shigeyori Kanamori, the lord of Takayama City, invited a potter from Kyoto through the help of his brother Souwa Kanamori, patriarch of 'Sowa style' tea ceremony, in order to produce pottery at a local area in Takayama that time, the kiln was opened for making pottery at Koito Hill. This is the start of Koito Potte.   Japanese pottery is one of the country's oldest forms of art. Pottery items are made from earthenware or stoneware of which the colors reflect the landscapes of the country. These have a long and successful history and are produced and exported in great numbers to the west. Learning the art of pottery in Japan can be an educational and exciting experience for people interested in this craft.

  Kyushu is a dream destination for pottery lovers, with famous pottery villages including Arita, Onta and Koishiwara, and museums dedicated to the history of the artform. It is at this juncture that the lack of comparative studies among interrelated pottery traditions leads to misattribution, with one ethnic label becoming a catch-all for pots exhibiting similar traits.

The Bukusu pOttery industry is imbued with numerous taboos which are meant to ensure the preservation of one of the oldest, and still surviving, traditional crafts among Babukusu. Although detailed analysis of Bukusu pottery making is beyond the scope of this paper. it has been dealt with elsewhere (Nangendo, , ).Cited by: 3.   It is more convenient to travel around Okinawa by driving. It was raining most of the time but we didn't forgo visiting Tsuboya Pottery District. Tsuboya Pottery District Traditional houses with red earthenware roof tiles, accompanied by ceramic studios and stores. Cute little huts showcasing one-of-a-kind mugs, plates, and pitchers. Shuri Castle We visited Shuri.


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