Nihon de Hajimete, Part 11: Pottery and Display Journal Part 2

Japanese Bonsai Pots Blog

Picking up where we left off, let’s take a look at
Fujikawa Kouka En
Fujikawa Kouka En has a lot of nice old pots, mostly in larger sizes to suit the larger trees they have at the nursery.

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I thought this shallow tray with the design in a different color was pretty cool(and the unglazed landscape pot and cream glazed pot below aren’t too shabby either!)

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A selection of pots in different sizes.

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Namako!
Yoshoen
I’ve purchased pottery from Mr. Aketo at Yoshoen several times, an have never been disappointed. They have a more modern(or perhaps Western) type of store than many nurseries, where pottery is often out of doors under the benches, waiting to be sifted through.

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A shelf of Tyukan pots.

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Shelves and shelves full of Ryuen.

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Even More Ryuen.

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A large Koyo, or Ino.

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Syuzan.

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Antique Chinese, Owari or Imari ware, Namako, and Shudei.

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Old Ro-Kinyo.
Baijuen

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