KATO TOYOHISA Daimonji (大) SETOGURO
Gozan no Okuribi (五山送り火, 5 Mountain send-off bonfires), more commonly known as Daimonji (大文字) ~ an ancient tradition in Kyōto that celebrates the Obon Matsuri, August 16th.
加 門 Yamoen Kato Mino\Iga chawan
[Yaemon KATO] (1942-)A Japanese potter. Born in Sasahara, Gifu (present Tajimi City).He was the third son of Juemon Kato (a famous Japanese potter). After he learned pottery at Kotani Institute of ceramic ware, he learned under his father.He returned Yasaka-gama pottery studio after his father's death then he opened his oun studio, "Ogaya-kama"....
Yano Keisen | 1870 - 1965 The world of Yano Kakegawa ( Artist chosen 1959 by Empress Michiko at his Marriage
Primitive Shino tea bowl by an important Shino master, Yano Keisen (1870-1965), famous forto be chosen by Empress Michiko and having a collaboration with the calligraphy of Toyama Mitsuru (1855-1944),
Kato Kenji correct spelling Kanji
Kato Kenji was born in Mino, the heart of ceramic country, in 1924. Following the horrors of the second world war, he studied Under Nakabayashi Kozuru and Kato Tokuro, as well as being quite involved in calligraphy circles. Kenji Katō 寛治 (kanji correct spelling) MINO