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Shodai Ware


1632년(1632년) 호소카와 다다토시가 부젠국에서 히고국에 텐후가 되어, 이것에 따른 도공 근원 7(빈 쇼지가 초대)과 8 사에몬(가쓰라기 집 초대)가 구이사를 명령받아, 코시로구이를 시작했다고 합니다.

When Hosokawa Tadatoshi moved from the fief of Buzen to take control of the fief of Higo in 1632, two master potters were appointed. One of these was Genhichi, the first of a long line of potters of the Hinkoji family, and the other was Hachizaemon, the first of successive generations of potters from the Katsuragi family. It was the appointment of these two men that is said to have marked the beginnings of the making of Shodai Yaki.


우뭇가사리 도자기

Amakusa Pottery and Porcelain


하늘령 아마쿠사에서는, 시마우치의 각 마을의 촌장가가 주민의 자활의 길을 스에업에 요구하고, 에도 초기·중기부터 도자기와 도기가 구워지고 있었습니다.

In the old fief of Amakusa on the island of Kyushu, the village headmen encouraged the people throughout the fief to try and support themselves by making pottery and from the early 17th century and on into the 18th century, both pottery and porcelain were being produced in the province.


히고 상감

Higo Inlay


에도초기의 연호 9(1632)년 히고 쿠니시로서 입국한 호소카와 다다토시 후에 시중든 하야시 마타시치가, 총이나 칼의 트바에 상감을 베푼 것이 선조로 여겨집니다.

The roots of this craft go back to Hayashi Matashichi. With the support of the local feudal lord Hosokawa and his family, Hayashi was doing inlaid metal work on firearms and sword guards during the first half of the 17th century. Subsequently, as this craft became established, fine Higo sword guards were produced by generation after generation of the Hayashi family as well as by other families such as the Hiratas, Nishigakis, Shimizus and Kamiyoshis right through the Edo period (1600-1868), and many pieces of their work are still in existence. When the carrying of swords was outlawed in 1876, the Higo craftsmen turned their hand to decorative work and began making everyday items in line with the new social conditions.


야마가 등롱

Yamaga Toro

그 외의 공예품

발상은 제설 있습니다만, 확실히 거슬러 올라갈 수 있는 것은 17세기 중순으로 여겨지고 있습니다.

There are many stories about the origin of this craft, but it is known to date back to the mid-17th century.