|Film Description:||Reel 16 of 40|
ShotlistCat. Reel 267 1965: Reel 16: Japan. April 21-24. Sasayama. Hashihama. Ono. Himeji.
Tamba ware: bowls, vases, dishes. (Sasayama)
Making Tamba ware:
Potter using kick-wheel.
Beginning pot: similar to coil method.
Beginning lump of clay.
Sloping kiln: details.
Pottery shop: interior.
Tunnel kiln entrance (used 600 years ago).
Houses, farms (in Kashihama en-route to Ono).
Curtain making: stringing wooden beads (Ono) (cu).
Punching-out and drilling abacus discs: automatic machine (cu)
Cutting abacus discs: automatic machine (underexposed).
Discs, before and after machining
Workers assembling, polishing abacus (underexposed).
Weaving: winding warp on spools: automatic machine.
Temple in Himeji that Nehru helped build:
Temple: dome, spire.
Purification water vessel. Stone shelter.
Massive iron lantern: inscribed base.
Temple: some dark interior shots
Purification rope across Harima Kokushosha Shrine entrance.
Women in kimonos at shrine.
Donated paper cranes (symbol of wish).
Small wooden shrine.
Roof construction: note curves.
Tile figure on roof: note teeth.
Bridge: red, partially stone.
|Film Creator:||Watson Kintner|
|Topics:||Tamba ware, Ceramics, Pottery, Sasayama, Hashihama, Emburi, Ono, Himeji, Shinto shrines|
|Tags:||Ceramics | Emburi | Hashihama | Himeji | Ono | Pottery | Sasayama | Shinto shrines | Tamba ware|
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