Sasaki Shoraku (b.1944 - ) is a third generation potter from Kyoto working from the Shoraku kiln, which was established near the Kiyomizu temple in eastern Kyoto by the founder of the Shoraku lineage. In 1945, it was moved to Kameoka, near the Kyoto Yada shrine, whose head priest gave Shoraku his name. The current Shoraku inherited that name from his father in 1962.
The seal of Shoraku is stamped on the bottom along with the original Paulownia wood presentation box. Diameter 12cm x Height 7.7cm