Senke Jisshoku is a family of ten people and ten professions who prepare tea utensils that follow the tradition of Senke.
There were other craftsmen like this, but in the Meiji period they were considered to be the current ten.
This name is not historical, and since the “Ten Jobs Exhibition” was held in Mitsukoshi, Osaka in 1915, the name “Senke Jisshoku” has taken root and spread.
The “Jubi-kai” was formed around 1933, and now it holds exhibitions every three years.
In 1985, the “Jisshoku-kai” was formed to enhance technology and creativity while preserving history and tradition.
- Tea Bowl ⇒ Kichizaemon Raku
- Kettle ⇒ Seiemon Onishi
- Nuri ⇒ Sotetsu Nakamura
- Sashimono ⇒ Risai Komazawa
- Kanamono ⇒ Jyoeki Nakagawa
- Pouch ⇒ Yuko Tsuchida
- Hyogu ⇒ Kichibe Okumura
- Ikkanbari ⇒ Ikkan Hiki
- Bamboo Work ⇒ Shogen Kuroda
- Brazier, Pottery ⇒ Zengoro Eiraku
We sell and purchase Senke Jisshoku
We have a physical shop in Hakata-ku, Fukuoka City, where we sell and purchase "Senke Jisshoku" works. Drawing on a long career and rich experience in dealing, we promise to provide the finest service in the best interests of our customers. With the main goal of pleasing our customers, we will serve you with the utmost sincerity and responsibility until we close the deal.