The Raku technique comes from Japan and means "comfortable, relaxed, pleasant, joy of life." It was invented by a Korean craftsman named Chojiro of the Momoyama era (XVI century AD) who created it to facilitate the production of bowls for the ceremony of tea.

Starting from the Eighteenth century, this technique was spread even outside Japan. Today, Raku ceramics are highly valued and many of these are real works of art.

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