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More than 400 years ago, under the direction of the tea ceremony master Sen No Rikyu, the special... more
More than 400 years ago, under the direction of the tea ceremony master Sen No Rikyu, the special firing technique "Raku" was developed in Kyoto for the production of high-quality Japanese Matcha bowls, which are still used today in the traditional tea ceremony.
Contrary to conventional firing methods, the Raku technique burns the handmade Matcha bowl at a low temperature of about 900°C and then cools it in the air. By incorporating stones of the river Kamogawa into the clay mass, the classic black surface of the ONEECHAN-Raku is created during the firing process.
The red decoration develops during the melting of the copper parts in the glaze.