"Kyo-yaki" is a type of ceramic ware, and gradually spread around the foothills of Higashiyama in the context of the popularity of tea in the early Edo period. And "Kiyomizu-yaki" refers to ceramics made in Kiyomizu-dera Santo Gojozaka. At present, as long as the ceramics made in Kyoto are collectively referred to as "Kyoyaki・Kyomizu-yaki".
"Kyo-yaki・Kiyomizu-yaki" does not have a specific style and technique, but is made by fusing all techniques together. As the capital of the time, Kyoto gathered materials and craftsmen selected from all over Japan, and the environment was unique. There are also temples, shrines, royal families, nobles, etc., which promoted the development of this culture.
In the popular impression, Kyo-yaki is gorgeous, rich and exquisite. The style is elegant, and the paintings are as graceful as Japanese paintings. The