What is Japanese porcelain called?


There are a number of Japanese porcelains and one of them is Kakiemon. It was first made during the 1600's and it features plain designs on a white background. Imari ware or Arita is also one of the most well-known Japanese porcelain and is famous for its dense beautifications in deep blue and red.
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The exact origin of ikebana is unknown, but scholars believe it was influenced by a Buddhist priest named Ikenobo Senkei in the Muromachi Period during the 1400s. In the 19th century
I'd go with Entryway, or perhaps Foyer, the important concept being an easy-to-clean transition from outside to inside, like an airlock for dirt. Ref: http://en.wikipedia.org/w. iki
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