Question: What is Japanese porcelain called?

Thus Arita porcelain is also often known as Imari. Arita ware was the first porcelain product in Japanese history, and strongly influenced European ceramics.

What is Japanese stoneware?

Japanese ceramics refer to pottery crafts made of clay, as well as kaolinite-made porcelain wares, which appear whiter and finer with higher degrees of density and hardness. For this reason, Japanese ceramics are named according to their places of origin including Karatsu ware, Mino ware and Imari ware.

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