It is a cup of Koji Kamata, who has been studying Tenme and has been studying Tenme for more than 40 years. Koji Kamata is a very famous writer in the pottery of the Tenme glaze cup, famous for receiving the incense of the human national treasure, Uichi Shimizu.
Koji Kamata(Koji Kadai)
Lives in Fushimi -ku, Kyoto.
Born in Kyoto in 1948
In 1968, received the guidance of Gojozaka Shimomizu Mizusa for pursuing pottery.
Completed the Kyoto Prefectural Ceremony Training School Major Department in 1971
Become an instructor of the school (Kyoto prefectural engineer)
Started Tenme's research in Gojozaka joint climbing kiln "Bell Casted Kiln"
1973 20th Japan Traditional Works Exhibition First Win
1975 3rd Japan Ceramics Exhibition Selected
Became a regular member of the Japan Crafts Association in 1976
1980 solo exhibition at Kyoto Takashimaya
1982 A gas reactor was built at home to suspend the Gojozaka joint climbing kiln
1984 Solo exhibition at Tokyo Nihonbashi Mitsukoshi Art Salon
In 1987, the 16th Japan Crafts Association Kinki Branch Exhibition was awarded to the Kyoto Prefectural Board of Education
1988 Important Intangible Cultural Properties "Iron Glaze Pottery" Received the fragrance of Uichi Shimizu at the Traditional Training Workshop
Size ｜Φ9 × 4cm
Weight | 75g
Country of origin | Japan
Production area | Kyoyaki Shimizu ware
Type ｜ Cup sake ware
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