Origin of raku
Examples from the Web for raku
It is equally hard to understand why raku should have been preferred to porcelain for this special ceremonial.
These bowls were sometimes imported from Siam and other countries, and vessels of raku were made for the same purpose.
The raku faience owed much of its popularity to the patronage of the tea clubs.
Under the first of these classifications may be included Bizen, Seto, Raku, and some other wares.The Empire of the East|H. B. Montgomery
Raku ware, so called from the inscribed mark Raku (happiness), consisted chiefly of tea-bowls.Chats on Oriental China|J. F. Blacker