Sharaku mug


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Made by Arita -yaki Enen -left kiln

For a simple texture like an early ancient Imanari

It imitates the picture of "Sharaku" by hand.

"Sharaku" is the issue of Kitagawa Utamaro, a real ukiyo -e artist. Kitagawa Utamaro is a Japanese ukiyo -e artist who played an active part in the late 18th century to the early 19th century, and is one representing the golden age of the Ukiyo -e in the Edo period.

Sharaku is mainly good at beautiful paintings and actors, and its style is characterized by splendid and delicate depictions and vivid colors. In particular, he was good at expressing the beauty and atmosphere of women, and left many beauty paintings and colorful ukiyo -e works.


Size | φ9.5 × 8㎝

Weight | 200g

Country of origin | Japan

Production area | Arita ware

Type | Porcelain

Features | RangeOK



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