Seto potter Kouchi Hidetoshi (b.1960) is a gallery favorite for his innovative, dynamic designs and glazing, breathing new life into old styles. He recently brought over some new work, our first to offer in two years. Kouchi drags a piece of wood, like a flat stick, over the raw clay form to… More
230,000 yen EMS incl.
Minegishi Seiko(b.1952) is without doubt become one of Japan’s finest and most original celadon ceramic artists today. His forms are unique and his deep crackled glazing is exquisite. Here is a prime museum-quality example of that, a supremely-refined six-sided jar; in perfect condition with… More
First off congratulations to Shinya Tanoue for his Special Exhibition Award selecting by painter Nara Yoshitomo for the 11th International Ceramics Festival Mino ’17! http://www.icfmino.com/news/detail.php?id=70
You can find a wonderful Tanoue in our web gallery listings. Here though is… More
Watanabe Akihiko(b.1959) is celadon master who fires a noborigama in the Izu peninsula west of Tokyo. Watanabe was born and raised in Hirashimizu, Yamagata prefecture home of the pottery of the same name. Yet Watanabe took it upon himself to learn the hardest of styles, celadon, plus he fires in a… More