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This Tea Bowl is part of a concept work called "Ray". This chawan is called Kagutsuchi (カ グ ツ チ) a Kami god of fire in Japanese mythology. He was the last son of Izanami and Izanagi, killed by his father because his birth had cost the life of the goddess Izanami. In fact, the god used his sword, the...

幅 13 ×奥行 10 ×高さ 16 cm ガンバルマン gannbaruman Ryuichi Kakurezaki(b.1950-) created a new wave in the ceramic art. Initially his style was so unique in Bizen. Being accepted by Japanese academic people seemed to be hard. But his finely designed functional pieces became more and more popular. He gained uncountable number of awards and his style became very...

Up for sale is this Fujiwara Kazu bizen pottery cup Fujiwara Kazu (1958- ) He is eldest son of Fujiwara Yu. Fujiwara Kazu (b. 1958) was born into a celebrated Bizen potting family - both his grandfather Kei and his father Yu were named Living National Treasures. He has exhibited widely within Japan, including at the prestigious Exhibition of...

Part of a 2020 collection calle "Celadon Resilience" this tea bowl is called Wadatsumi, it could be a man-fish with dimensions comparable to those of the kraken. Compared to him Megalo and Shirahoshi, who have considerable dimensions, represent normal-sized creatures. It has thin arms and legs compared to the bust and head. He has a round face and...