Nice infographic explaining the different Japanese terms for different parts of the tea cup.

Nice infographic explaining the different Japanese terms for different parts of the tea cup.

matcha chawan by studioYUNOMI

matcha chawan by studioYUNOMI

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parts of a chawan, tea bowl

parts of a chawan, tea bowl

Japanese Matcha Chawan, also known as a Japanese Green Tea Bowl. Most commonly seen during the Japanese Tea Ceremony.

Japanese Matcha Chawan, also known as a Japanese Green Tea Bowl. Most commonly seen during the Japanese Tea Ceremony.

KURO-CHAWAN (Black Tea Bowl)  OKADA, Yuh  (Hagi artist)

KURO-CHAWAN (Black Tea Bowl) OKADA, Yuh (Hagi artist)

Mino ware tea bowl Ume fukuryo chawan Matcha Green Tea Japanese

Mino ware tea bowl Ume fukuryo chawan Matcha Green Tea Japanese

John Oles, wheel thrown and altered celadon teabowl

John Oles, wheel thrown and altered celadon teabowl

HAGIKURO CHAWAN (Hagi Black Tea Bowl)

HAGIKURO CHAWAN (Hagi Black Tea Bowl)

Chawan (tea bowl) of Raku type Kyoto ware with crane  Takahashi Dôhachi III (1811-1879).; Raku type, Kyoto ware.  Earthenware with raku glaze  Centimetres: 9.4 (height), 10.2 (outside diameter)  1840 - 1879 AD  Early Modern; Edo - Meiji Periods  Area of Origin: Japan. ROM Images

Chawan (tea bowl) of Raku type Kyoto ware with crane Takahashi Dôhachi III (1811-1879).; Raku type, Kyoto ware. Earthenware with raku glaze Centimetres: 9.4 (height), 10.2 (outside diameter) 1840 - 1879 AD Early Modern; Edo - Meiji Periods Area of Origin: Japan. ROM Images

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