|Artist's Profile (Other ceramics)|
[Born and death year] 1908-1989 Died at 82 years old
[Native place] Yasuki, Shimane
He trained himself at kiln of Kanjiro Kawai (uncle).
He entered Kokugakai group.
He became independent from kiln of an uncle.
He started an exhibition of own works from this year.
He held an exhibition of own works in Sydney, Melbourne, New Zealand and Wellington.
He held "The exhibition of the 50th anniversary making earthenware" in Tokyo, Osaka, Kyoto, Okayama and Yokohama.
[Title] The Living National Treasure
[Born and death year] 1919-
[Native space] Tokyo
He became pupil of famous Shoji Hamada as ceramist of Mashiko pottery.
He built his kiln in Mashiko.
He was awarded the Prize of The Japan Folk Crafts Museum.
He was awarded the gold prize in Japan Ceramic Society.
He was authorized the Living National Treasure.
He was given decoration.
He held lecture and an exhibition of own works in U.S.A., Canada, Australia, Germany, England and New Zealand.