The earthen Satsuma Vase ware is modeled on the earliest days of traditional Japanese pottery. We still use the same crafting materials and methods that originated far back in Japanese history.

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  • MIMIKAKI TSURUKUBI RURIHANADSUME By OgawaYozan

    Satsuma Lapis Lazuli Vase | Flowers-MIMIKAKI TSURUKUBI

    An Earthy Satsuma Lapis Lazuli Vase has Flowers painted onto it and has a dark blue rim around the top of it to create a luxury appearance.

    not rated £777.99
  • Satsuma Vase Ware 4 Seasons

    Satsuma Vase Ware | 4 Seasons-KOBE KAKU-

    In this earthen Satsuma Vase Ware 4 Seasons, you can enjoy all four seasons of the year including the autumn leaves, the Sakura cherry blossom and the summery Japanese outfits.

     

    not rated £985.99
  • Satsuma Vase Ware | 4 seasons Green-SHINHEIJI

    In this earthen Satsuma Vase Ware 4 seasons Green, you can enjoy all four seasons of the year including the autumn leaves, the Sakura cherry blossom and the summery Japanese outfits. This stunning scene has been carefully handcrafted to perfection by one of our makers in Japan.

    In 1919, the founder of Yozan was attracted to the mesh pattern of the Awata yaki, so much so that he began manufacturing Kyo-Satsuma in the Higashiyama Ward of Kyoto City. Since then, Ogawayozan have devoted themselves to crafting this intricately designed pottery. Kyo-Satsuma has become well renowned across many different countries in forms such as vases, teapots, and decorative dishes. In Japan, Kyo-Satsuma pottery is highly desirable for tea ceremonies and burning traditional incense. In 1993, the second generation Yozan was awarded the honour of being named Traditional Industrial Excellence Engineer by the Governor of Kyoto. Shortly after, in 1996, the third generation Yozan was certified as a successor to Kyoto’s crafts technology.

    Our expert traditional Makers in Japan have never sold their products officially outside of their country. Their products are officially available on the Atelier Japan store.

    Our makers have stood the stead of time. They have prevailed among huge global disturbances and are still unwilling to go backwards. We champion this aim to be the resilient partner of the digital age.

    not rated £1,899.99
  • Satsuma Lapis Lazuli Vase Ware Sakura Sansui

    Satsuma Lapis Lazuli Vase Ware | Sakura Sansui-KOBE RURI-

    An earthen miniature Satsuma Lapis Lazuli Vase Ware Sakura Sansui was painted and gilt a spring scene among the mountains and water in Japan and is finished off with a beautiful Sakura design around the royal blue rim of the vase.

     

     

    not rated £319.99
  • Satsuma Lapis Lazuli Small Vase

    Satsuma Lapis Lazuli Small Vase | Flowers-TSURUKUBI

    An Earthy Satsuma Lapis Lazuli Small Vase has Flowers painted onto it and has a dark blue rim around the top of it to create a luxury appearance. In Japan, the crane has been believed that it is the symbol of “long life” and”Good luck” for your life. This vase is the motif of Crane Neck TSURUKUBI.

    not rated £210.99
  • Satsuma Vase Ware Sakura

    Satsuma Vase Ware | Sakura-KATAIKARI

    A miniature earthen Satsuma Vase Ware Sakura, the shouldered body decorated with Sakura season scene and a bird on flowers with the pleasure of spring.
    All hand-painted on this one by one with authentic skills.

     

    not rated £222.99
  • Satsuma Vase Ware Autumn Pheasant

    Satsuma Vase Ware | Autumn Pheasant-KATAIKARI

    A miniature Satsuma Vase Ware Autumn Pheasant, this piece has been decorated with a traditional Japanese maple tree and is all hand-painted on this one by one with authentic skills.The autumnal colours of orange and brown signify the calmness of the scene on this beautifully handcrafted vase.

     

    not rated £222.99
  • Satsuma Vase Ware | Wisteria -KATAIKARI

    A miniature Satsuma Vase Ware Wisteria, the body of the beautiful vase is decorated with wisteria and a complex cash motif. The name of Wisteria shows the meaning of “humbleness” and “gentleness” in Japanese culture. This beautiful vase would make a perfect ornament on any mantle inside the home.

    In 1919, the founder of Yozan was attracted to the mesh pattern of the Awata yaki, so much so that he began manufacturing Kyo-Satsuma in the Higashiyama Ward of Kyoto City. Since then, Ogawayozan have devoted themselves to crafting this intricately designed pottery. Kyo-Satsuma has become well renowned across many different countries in forms such as vases, teapots, and decorative dishes. In Japan, Kyo-Satsuma pottery is highly desirable for tea ceremonies and burning traditional incense. In 1993, the second generation Yozan was awarded the honour of being named Traditional Industrial Excellence Engineer by the Governor of Kyoto. Shortly after, in 1996, the third generation Yozan was certified as a successor to Kyoto’s crafts technology.

    Our expert traditional Makers in Japan have never sold their products officially outside of their country. Their products are officially available on the Atelier Japan store.

     

    Our makers have stood the stead of time. They have prevailed among huge global disturbances and are still unwilling to go backwards. We champion this aim to be the resilient partner of the digital age.

    not rated £222.99
  • Satsuma Vase Ware | Bamboo Pheasant-KATAIKARI

    A miniature earthen Satsuma Vase Ware Bamboo Pheasant, the shouldered body decorated with bamboo forest and walking pheasant. Authentic skills have gone into hand-painting this traditional vase, a ring of fire has been painted onto the rim of this beautiful vase.

    In 1919, the founder of Yozan was attracted to the mesh pattern of the Awata yaki, so much so that he began manufacturing Kyo-Satsuma in the Higashiyama Ward of Kyoto City. Since then, Ogawayozan have devoted themselves to crafting this intricately designed pottery. Kyo-Satsuma has become well renowned across many different countries in forms such as vases, teapots, and decorative dishes. In Japan, Kyo-Satsuma pottery is highly desirable for tea ceremonies and burning traditional incense. In 1993, the second generation Yozan was awarded the honour of being named Traditional Industrial Excellence Engineer by the Governor of Kyoto. Shortly after, in 1996, the third generation Yozan was certified as a successor to Kyoto’s crafts technology.

    Our expert traditional Makers in Japan have never sold their products officially outside of their country. Their products are officially available on the Atelier Japan store.

     

    Our makers have stood the stead of time. They have prevailed among huge global disturbances and are still unwilling to go backwards. We champion this aim to be the resilient partner of the digital age.

    not rated £222.99
  • Satsuma Large Vase Ware Hanazume

    Satsuma Large Vase Ware | Hanazume-TSURUKUBI

    An earthen Satsuma Large Vase Ware Hanazume has been handpainted using the best quality coloured paint to ensure that it can be used in a fine way. The traditional Japanese technique of hand painting has been used to create this beautiful vase.

     

    not rated £3,555.55