Showa Sanshoku, a member of the Gosanke family, are commonly referred to with the abbreviated name Showa. Showa have a black body with areas of white and red patterns overlaying the black.

Showa were first produced around 1927, when a Ki Utsuri was crossed with a Kohaku to create the first “old style” Showa. These original Showa had a dull yellow and brown pattern, and sometimes exhibited an unattractive grey color in place of the black.

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