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Title: グアダラハラの陶磁器
Other Titles: Ceramics in Guadalajara, Mexico
Authors: 野上, 建紀 / エラディオ, テレロス・エスピノサ
Authors (alternative): Nogami, Takenori / Eladio, Terreros Espinosa
Issue Date: 23-Mar-2020
Publisher: 長崎大学 多文化社会学部 / School of Global Humanities and Social Sciences, Nagasaki University
Citation: 多文化社会研究, 6, pp.141-154; 2020
Abstract: We will introduce some collection of ceramics in Guadalajara and a ceramic workshop in Tonalá near Guadalajara. Tokugawa shogunate banned Christianity and completed sakoku system that was a kind of sea ban system in Japan in 1639. As a result, the exchange between Japan and the Catholic countries, such as Spain and Portugal, officially discontinued. However we can find some evidence of material exchange between Japan and New Spain. For example, many pieces of Japanese porcelains were exported from Nagasaki to New Spain in the second half of 17th century and the first half of 18th century. One pair of jar colored with enamel in the cathedral church in Guadalajara is one of the evidences. They were jars that were produced in the first half of 18th century in Arita, Japan. Under the sakoku system, they were imported from Nagasaki to Mexico. Chinese porcelain and Japanese porcelain had crossed the Pacific Ocean. On the other hand ceramic production technology came from Europe to New Spain. Tonala ware near Guadalajara is ceramic made by introducing European technology.
Keywords: Imari ware / Guadalajara / Tonalá ware / Hasekura Tsunenaga
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10069/39848
ISSN: 21891486
Type: Departmental Bulletin Paper
Text Version: publisher
Appears in Collections:Volume 6

Citable URI : http://hdl.handle.net/10069/39848

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