MINO

Winner of numerous awards and hailed as an Important Intangible Cultural Property of Tajimi City and Gifu Prefecture, both historical centers of Japanese pottery, his works epitomize the beauty of Shino. A high-temperature-fired style of pottery, it often has small nesting holes (suana) that tea ceremony aficionados adore. This characteristic,...

Nothing I can say can convey the rugged beauty locked up in Amazing tea bowl made by Shino well know potter Yamada Masakazu ,signed on the base and enclosed in the original signed and stamped wood box.Yamada was born in 1951,His traditional works in Shino Yaki tea bowl are phenomenal. Yamada exhibited and or been prized at the Nihondento Kogei...

Japanese contemporary Ceramic Art.Yasuhide Kato had Takuo Kato as a living national treasure as his father, and Kobe Kato as his grandfather. He also went to Kyoto City University of Art to pursue pottery.At first, he developed an abstract sculpture, but gradually developed a kiln transformation work with strong fluidity.In recent years, he has...

(b.1927) studied with Kato Kageaki(1899-1972, Yasukage's grandfather) and then with LNT Tomimoto Kenkichi before establishing his kiln in 1961. In 2010 he was designated a Toki City(birthplace of Shino) Intangible Cultural Property for his Black Seto. From a young age, Takuzo Mizuno (b. 1927) apprenticed with several well-known potters including...

9.6 x 13.2cm Mr. Shotaro Hayashi studied the deep flavor of old Mino, he pursue new representation as a living potter in the modern ware. Combines a firm dignified and submissive round, it is a great can. ※ Due to the nature of the work soak water...due to the nature of the product, is used little but with extreme care ...

Student of Nahiko Tsukigata Cup 1.5 x 9cm1946 Born in Mino, Gifu Did research on old kilns such as Kyoto, Karatsu and other. Studied under TSUKIGATA Nahiko1974 Become independent and build a half grounded Anagama kiln.

☆ Shino vessel chawan Height 10.2 cm / Width 12.5 cm / Depth 12.7 cm ☆