Wan shape with a small foot and no Kagami (mirror - tea pool) inside.
The light iron bearing clay is decorated in the style of a Korean Miji-Hakaeme bowls: inside and the upper three quarters on the outside covered with a whitish Engobe over which a transparent ash glaze was applied, just sparing the inner part of the foot.
The Uchigaso kiln was the second of the Takatori kilns established by Korean potters, it was active between 1614 and 1624.
The bowl was exhibited in the Momoyama Exhibition in the Keramion in Frechen Germany in 2011 as No. 156...Book and catalog available
Dm: 13.8 cm
H: 6.2 cm
Dm Foot: 5.2 cm
Kiribako inscribed on a sticker on the lid "Takatori Uchigaso Chawan Shutsudohin (excavated).