My Japan Weaving Tour – Day 15 Part 2

Day 15 Part Two. A few examples of Amari ware. I was too occupied to remember to show what Amari ware looks like so this is a tiny example I found in a photograph.

An old climbing or step kiln. The segments go up a hill. The fires are stoked at the bottom and through the holes on the side. A more modern one is in the next photo.

A climbing or step kiln. It was interesting to learn some of the techniques involved. For example the different temperatures as you go higher in the kiln and where they would put pieces in to be fired again.

We had a good dinner of Ramon at the train station. The cooks were happy and the food was good.

These kids were out celebrating Halloween at the Ramon shop.

2 thoughts on “My Japan Weaving Tour – Day 15 Part 2”

  1. What a trip! Wonderful information from you so that it seems I am with you.
    I din’t realize Halloween was celebrated in Japan.
    See you soon,

  2. How wonderful for us to accompany you on this trip. Your photos and commentary make it seem as if we were there, too. Thank you for your generosity.


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