Iga ware 伊賀焼, iga-yaki
Using local clay and traditional techniques, Iga ware (伊賀焼, Iga-yaki) is a style of Japanese pottery traditionally produced in Iga city of Mie prefecture, Japan.
Iga ware carries a rich tradition that can be traced back to the Nara Period (710-794), featuring a wild beauty actualized by the unique quality of the baked clay. Due to the handcrafted production, there are individual differences in shade, gloss, and size of glaze. Its beauty is one of a kind.