Naming uncertain, some references translate the name as Chozan, others including Bonhams specify it as Asayama which is the standard modern translation.
In 1601, Kinkai — one of the three Korean potters mentioned above, started to bake Hibakaride, which is the prototype of Shiro Satsuma and made of Korean ingredients with Korean technique.
Not all Satsuma marks are the same.
Honolulu: University of Hawai'i Press.
Many ways of writing Shozan exist and it is a common name.