Raku ware exhibition at the Mitsui Memorial Museum

January 25, 2014

Raku ware is a type of Japanese pottery, often referring to tea bowls (matchawa) used in traditional Japanese tea ceremony.
Raku ware was made by Chojiro, a follower of the famous tea master Sen-no-Rikyu (1522-1291), known to have established the tea ceremony (wabi-cha).

Exhibition Schedule:
Duration: December 4, 2013 – January 25, 2014
Open Hours: 10:00am – 5:00pm (admission closes at 4:30pm)
Location: Mitsui Memorial Museum

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