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Synonyms for satsuma

medium-sized largely seedless mandarin orange with thin smooth skin

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Chin Jukan (1835-1906) descended from a Korean potter working in Japan, was one of several artists who both improved the quality of Satsuma ware and also adapted designs to appeal more to Western taste.
Kyoto potters developed a technique of overglaze decoration in raised slip and enamels known as 'moriage' in Japanese, a technique they later taught to the producers of Satsuma wares.
Most of the early Satsuma ware was simply made and featured a cream coloured body with a slightly yellowish glaze that was finely crackled.
Satsuma ware was produced on the southern Japanese island of Kyushu usually for export to Western markets, although the decorations incorporated Japanese motifs.
Naeshirogawa is one of the main kiln sites for Satsuma ware, which is ceramic ware made in Kagoshima, the former Satsuma domain.