The History of ARITA Ware
DOCUMENTARY 15 minutes Episode(s): 1 English English
The first porcelain in Japan was made in Arita-cho 400 years ago. The porcelain was named "Aritayaki". In the late 17th century Arita ware was exported to Europe, and its technicality and beauty were appreciated. The process goes through different phases such as molding the clay and coloring it. the final step is to burn it in high temperature. The way the Arita ware has been created has not changed during the last 400years. Enjoy the history and crafts man technique in high definition. Enjoy this program in 4K and 8K.
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