en-[Bamboo shoot] Unused kettle Masamitsu Kikuchi kettle Kogama Takejimon Kama
Masamitsu Kikuchi in 1937 (1937), Keiten Takahashi, a modern Japanese metal casting craftsman who is a living national treasure. In 1982, Masamitsu Kikuchi was a Japanese craftsman; in the same year, he was Ryo Kikuchi Masamitsu Kobo, a general enthusiast. The works of the swords are the same as the ones in Yamagata, and the elements of the new era of ingenuity, the swordsmanship of each scholarship in Japan. In the last seven seasons of the year of exhaustion, Masamitsu Kikuchi was the first line of teaware production, which was formerly known as a casting technique, a Japanese casting technique, and a screen-based study.
Japan Kogei Association Seikai
Japanese Tradition Craftsman
1991 Yamagata City Skills
1993 Asahi Shinbunsha
For more than 40 years, he has been producing the ultimate teaware for the Submarine Research Institute, the first line of the business of metal casting in the beginning, and the number of metal castings in the Yamagata area of Japan in front of him.