Senke Chuko Meibutsuki, an inventory of tea ceremony goods selected by Sen Sotan (1578- 1658), grandson of the great tea master, Sen no Rikyu (1522-1591), written circa mid-18th century.
Koyama Fujio, Chugoku meito hayakusen (Chinese ceramics: one hundred selected masterpieces from collections in Japan, England, France, and America), Tokyo, 1960, p. 79.
Nihon Keizai Shimbun, Ataka korekushon: chugoku toji meihin ten (Masterpieces of Old Chinese Ceramics from Ataka Collection), Tokyo, 1975, no. 57.
Koyama Fujio, Toji taikei (Compendium of Ceramics), vol. 38: Tenmoku, Tokyo, 1974, pl. 122.
Heibonsha, Chinese Ceramics, vol. 6: Temmoku, Tokyo, 1999, no. 55.
Asahi Shimbun, Song Ceramics, Tokyo, 1999, p. 119, no. 81.
Christie’s, The Classic Age of Chinese Ceramics, An Exhibition of Song Treasures from the Linyushanren Collection, Hong Kong, 2012, pp. 110-1, no. 42.
Rosemary Scott, ‘Chinese Classic Wares from a Japanese Collection: Song Ceramics from the Linyushanren Collection’, Arts of Asia, March-April 2014, pp. 97-108, fig. 14.
The Nezu Museum, Tokyo (by repute).
Nihon Keizai Shimbun, Chinese Ceramics, One Hundred Masterpieces, Tokyo, 1960.
Mitsukoshi Department Store, Chugoku Toji Meihin Ten (Masterpieces of Old Chinese Ceramics from the Ataka Collection), Tokyo, September 1975.
Asahi Shimbun, Song Ceramics, Tokyo, 6 March to 13 April 1999; Osaka, 25 April to 13 June 1999; Hagi, 20 June to 15 August 1999.