Hori Toshiro, "Kokoroiki" CHAWAN SHINO WARE with a special inscription こころいき

HIGH 9.3cm LARGE 11.8cm 

500.00 €
Comes with an HORI TOSHIRO description
Comes with an HORI TOSHIRO description

"Declaration of the craftsman commenting on his artifact entitled" Kokoroiki "(there is a play on words because the ideograms mean" Elegance of feelings ", but the reading written alongside means" Determination "). Since you only live once, let's enjoy it to the fullest. Without sulking [for useless things], let's enjoy living with refinement ». 

銘 Statement
心雅
(same as 心意気)Determination "Enjoy your life because you live only once.
Without frowning, just live your life fully with it!" 

With a special inscription "意雅" こころいき Heart Spirit.

As you may know Kanji may have Different meanings depending of the idea of the writer and of the moment.

with chinese i help u to introduce you in this particural inscription.

意= thoughts, consciousness, directives, a meaning, a will, a purpose 
雅= beauty, grace, elegant

意雅 Kanji sometimes may refer to Miyabi (雅) is one of the traditional Japanese aesthetic ideals, though not as prevalent as Iki or Wabi-sabi. In modern Japanese, the word is usually translated as "elegance," "refinement," or "courtliness" and sometimes to a "sweet loved one". Miyabi is a feminine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include Different meanings depending on the kanji used in Japanese.  


"Declaration of the craftsman commenting on his artifact entitled" Kokoroiki "(there is a play on words because the ideograms mean" Elegance of feelings ", but the reading written alongside means" Determination "). Since you only live once, let's enjoy it to the fullest. Without sulking [for useless things], let's enjoy living with refinement ». 

Hori Toshiro is just a sample of the Rising Generation from Traditional Japanese Kilns. Some of the best featured artists. The pink color of this bowl almost containing the dust of the years makes me feel pure joy, and perhaps the author's intention to contain the beauty of one of the many objects that have been unused for years! Exposed at Takashimaya Osaka: a major long-established department store with branches located around the world. Born in 1953 studied with Kato Kozo and has exposed in many known venues and department store. 

He is a member of the Japan Traditional Crafts Association.

Regular member of the Japan Crafts Association

Member of the Mino Ceramics Association

Member of the CBC Club

Member of the Kani Ceramics Association

Member of the Oriental Ceramic Society

Member of the Japan Ceramic Association

Born in Kobe City, Hyogo prefecture

Recognized as `` Shino '', an important holder of the traditional technique.