||Its best to properly dry before storing. In particular, please be careful of the development of mold when stored in high places!
||Wipe away any water with a cloth and its ready for storage.
||Does not heat or cool down easily
||Heats and cools easily.
||Weak against shocks as compared to porcelain
||Although strong against shocks as compared to pottery, there are circumstances where its weak from the side.
|Thermal Shock Property
||Nothing in particular to take care of
||Cracks may form in cases of high temperature difference
||As the foundation is rough and baked at moderately low temperatures, it may be prone to breaking.
||With a detailed foundation baked at relatively high temperatures, its fairly strong.
||The foundation includes colors. Light doesn't pass through.
||The foundation is white which allows for light to pass through.
||Fairly low, muddy sound.
||Metallic, clear sound.
||Masuko Yaki, Satsuma Yaki, Hagi Yaki, etc.
||Tobe Yaki, Arita Yaki, Kutani Yaki, etc.
||Baked at a temperature less than porcelain, lowest approx. 1200°C is most common.
As a gentle bake, the temperature may even go lower than 1000°C.
|Generally baked at high temperatures, averaging around 1300°C.