Japanese ceramic dishes, created since the Edo Period (1603-1868), are decorated with a variety of designs. Most of these designs feature natural motifs, such as plants and animals. The artists whose names were lost to history painted the changing of the seasons, as well as the beauty and happiness experienced in the seasonal changes, on tiny, ceramic canvases. Even the same motif can be painted with a variety of expressions, and the more you look, the more intriguing it becomes.
SANSHIN KAKO Co., Ltd
Chief Advisor Mr. Seiji Ebihara
Edit: Saori Hayashida
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