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... Mart I used above as a landmark. They had some cute small ceramic bunnies, as well as some simple contemporary design ceramics.
The Hakusan factory store is always a great place to shop, and they had a good selection of their old and new designs.
My final stop in Hasami was the Hasami Ceramics Park, which includes a huge shop that carries local ceramics from a variety of kilns. I was able to find products from shops that ...
... were two “museum” shops which had fairly expensive items for sale. I looked at a couple of bowls similar but a little bit ornate than the wooden ones that we already had. However, I wasn’t willing to spend 13800 yen or about AUD$150 on each bowl. I settled for a few wooden spoons instead. Maybe in the next place.
We went wandering around looking at a couple of shrines but basically ran out ...
... I heard Nana said "At least her blood isn't going down on her trousers." Hello? Stop even teasing me or else your fired! If you do this one more time I am going to take your things and make yourself fired! Dear private diary, I hate this! They are like sexy boobs idiots! Gigi was like, "Tia, put it away! You are such a stupid idiot!". See? I hate you, Gigi! You are a sexy boobs idiot! I wish you ...
... kilns in Arita, and both its quality level and prices are way out of my league. After several days of looking at ceramics, I was amazed at the brightness of the white porcelain, the intensity of the hand-painted colors, the quality of the brushwork on the pigmented areas, and the sharp separation of the colored areas.
The next day was October 17, the annual autumn Sarayama Kunchi (best called O-Kunchi, the formal polite ...
... August 14th
Carlos's Birthday! We hung out at Guy's Rock N' Roll Brats. Huis Ten Boushe is weird as hell.
All night Karaoke.
Thursday, August 15th
Back to Fukuoka on 2 hours of sleep…1 in Steven's apartment and another on the ...