Haikaburi Tsubo

Artist: Aki Tamiya
40,000 yen ($288.00 USD)

Haikaburi (Ash Covered) Jar / H15cm x Dia13.5cm

The unglazed vessel was fired in an anagama (kiln) over a period of 7 to 10 days. The unique firing process of anagama kilns produces distinctive effects on the pottery, including variations in color, texture, and surface patterns.

Potter: Aki Tamiya
Aki Tamiya's unglazed vessels are made primarily with clay from Mino and Shigaraki and fired in an anagama. Tamiya-sans work is characterized by simple shapes and forms with expressive, textured surfaces resulting from transformations that occur in the kiln during firing.

Born in 1964
1996 Built a kiln in Mashiko
1999 Built a Kiln in Shizuoka
2000 Built an Anagama Kiln


  • Dimensions: Dia 13.5cm x H 15cm
  • Weight: 1209g
  • Material: Ceramic
  • Product No: AKT-X-20
  • Made in Japan