The Hagi-yaki took in the style of the teacup of the Korean Peninsura 400 years ago and was born.
In the world of the tea ceremony, it was said "one Raku / two Hagi / three Karatsu".
Produced in Yamaguchi. Since it is burned at a relatively low temperature, it is fragile and transmits the warmth of its contents quickly.
Its tradition colors are white and loquat.
Tea seeps from a crack, and it is called "seven simulation of Hagi" that a surface hue changes.
There is a notch in the bottom partly, and it is the mark of the Hagi-yaki.
Production area is here.