Simple and elegant - Kohiki Style
Kohiki typically refers to an iron-rich clay body covered over with white slip and then a translucent glaze. In Japan, the kohiki style started to the busho chajin or warrior-tea men of the late 1500s.
Kohiki is thus a style closely associated with tea. The most famous kohiki chawan (tea bowl) in Japan is named "Matsudaira" and is in the collection of the Hatakeyama Memorial Museum of Art in Tokyo.
Mashiko Kohiki from 3 potters