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Shiho Kanzaki

Author:Shiho Kanzaki
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I'm 70 years old and anagama wood firing ptter in Shigaraki, Japan. I always have 10-day anagama wood firing. So all of my works have natural ash deposits. You can see my works on Facebook page
My web Page is here.
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神崎紫峰、70歳の穴窯陶工です。10日間以上の穴窯焼成をし、そこから生まれる自然釉の作品は、美そのものです。
ぜひ作品をご覧ください。
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An old handyman's hobby and life.

Hobby; cycling, making shakuhachi. Life; philosophy, anagama work, daily life.

Tea-Picking in Miyajiri, Shigaraki, Japan. 朝宮茶の茶摘み

Tea-Picking is starting from May 10 in Miyajiri, Shigaraki, Japan.
We call the tea "Asamiya cha".
These tea aere so good taste and smell.
They are picking 2 fresh leaves and 1 bud.

お茶摘みが5月10日から信楽町宮尻地区で始まりました。
このお茶を、”朝宮茶”と呼んでいます。
何しろおいしく、香り豊かなお茶です。
彼らが摘んでいるのは、”一芯2葉”です。



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THEME:Japan | GENRE:旅行 |

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素晴らしい写真群です。
珍しく…(*o☆)\バキッ!(笑)

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> 素晴らしい写真群です。
> 珍しく…(*o☆)\バキッ!(笑)

はっはっは……。呑み過ぎにご注意!!(笑)

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Why do they pick 2 leaves and one bud? Is it like pinching back basil plants to invigorate growth?
I had no idea tea crops were so beautiful! Japan seems so beautiful in so many ways. You have a respect for nature that we need more of here in America.
One day I would like to see an anagama firing, and help with one. The wood ash deposits are amazing, so rich and varied in colour and texture. What sort of wood do you use? How long does a firing take ?
I appreciate you sharing your beautiful work and photographs with everyone. Thank you.

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> Why do they pick 2 leaves and one bud? Is it like pinching back basil plants to invigorate growth?
> I had no idea tea crops were so beautiful! Japan seems so beautiful in so many ways. You have a respect for nature that we need more of here in America.
> One day I would like to see an anagama firing, and help with one. The wood ash deposits are amazing, so rich and varied in colour and texture. What sort of wood do you use? How long does a firing take ?
> I appreciate you sharing your beautiful work and photographs with everyone. Thank you.

Thank you for your comments.
Very fresh two leaves and a bud makes a good taste, a good smell, a good color.
So the tea coming from hand picking is valuable.
I've alaways red pine. And I've over 10-day anagama wood firing.

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