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Potter bio: December 21st, 1974 Born in Tokoname-Shi 1994: Studied under the master, Shoryu Umehara 1998: Attained the potter name of Hokuryu Ⅲ 2000: Selected for "29th Choza-Sho Pottery exhibition" 2001: Won "Finance Association Prize" at " 48th Tokoname Ware promotion exhibition" 2004: Won "Design Prize" at " 51st Tokoname Ware promotion exhibition"Participated in Japan Brand Project as a committee 2005: Selected for "34th Choza-Sho Pottery exhibition"Won "Design Prize" at "52nd Tokoname Ware promotion exhibition" 2006: Selected for "35th Choza-Sho Pottery exhibition" 2007: Selected for "Tokyo Dome Table-wear Festival" Won "Encourage Prize" at "36th Choza-Sho Pottery exhibition" Won "Minister of Economy, Trade and Industry Prize" at "54th Tokoname Ware promotion exhibition" 2008: Won both "Governor of Tokyo Prize" and "The Top Prize" at Tokyo Dome Table-wear Festival" Selected for "37th Choza-Sho Pottery exhibition" Won "Silver Prize" at "55th Tokoname Ware promotion exhibition" Participated in "New Artist exhibition" at Nagoya Dome Pottery World as the representative of Tokoname ware 2009: Selected for "Tokyo Dome Table-wear Festival" Selected for "38th Choza-Sho Pottery exhibition" 2010: Selected twice for "Tokyo Dome Table-wear Festival" Performed to make Teapot(Kyusu) at Yume-Jidai Department in Kaohsiung city, Taiwan Won "Gold Prize" at World Tea Utensils Contest " in World Tea Festival 2010 in Shizuoka 2011: Selected for "Tokyo Dome Table-wear Festival" Selected for "40th Choza-Sho Pottery exhibition" 2012: Won "Ryohei Miyata Judge Prize" at "Tokyo Dome Table-wear Festival" Won "Judge Prize" at "41st Choza-Sho Pottery exhibition"
Photos: http://goo. gl/k4EMgi Genji Shimizu (artist name Hokujoh) Full member of the Japan Arts Crafts Association Master of traditional Crafts.
Dealers and producers of Tokoname pottery, one of the six oldest types of potteries in Japan, are turning to Russia to market their teapots. They recently held the first teapot exhibition in Moscow, and sold 30 pieces in two days. They're eager to gain
'Tokoname-yaki' by Koyo (pictured). A set of This matching teapot and cup by Gasen are made using 'Yamagata-imono', a type of cast-metal craft from Yamagata Prefecture, which has its roots stretching back to the mid Heian Period. Photography
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Dealers and producers of Tokoname pottery, one of the six oldest types of potteries in Japan, are turning to Russia to market their teapots. They recently held the first teapot exhibition in Moscow, and sold 30 pieces in two days. They’re eager to gain a ...
Savvy shoppers can find beautiful handmade pottery, including teapots, plates, bowls and sculptures. One of the traditional styles of pottery in Tokoname involves putting seaweed on a piece before it is fired in the kiln, creating a delicate, wispy pattern ...
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Tokoname Teapots are often used for making green tea in Japan. They have user-friendly design and must-have features to bring out the good taste in tea leaves.
We supply Tokoname teapot for green tea. ... Because we have a long history and tradition of teapot making, we still use an old unit of volume for the size of teapot ...
Tokoname Kyusu are Japan's #1 teapots! Amongst Japan's six ancient kilns (Seto, Shigaraki, Echizen, Tanba, Bizen and Tokoname), Tokoname is said to be the ...