I went to visit Eki noriko's porcelains exhibition in Keio Department Store, Shinjuku, TOKYO
I bought Eki noriko's porcelains. Eki noriko lives Mashiko-machi Haga-gun, Tochigi, Japan.
The pottery's that I bought coler is like beautiful sea's blue.
Keio Department Store, Shinjuku, TOKYO(6th floor) is good to meet with Japanese famous pottery shops-大倉陶園(Okura Touen)・源右衛門（Gen-emon porcelain）・ノリタケ(Noritake)・深川製磁.
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I visited to view cherry blossom in a beautiful gerden at hotel chinzanso in tokyo.
It had Eisui Nogami's Kutaniware exhibision.
Eisui Nogami's Kutaniwares are brilliant and elegant.
I went JAPAN TRADITIONAL CRAFTS AOYAMA SQUARE* in Tokyo last week. 東京の青山一丁目から5分ぐらいの、伝統工芸 青山スクエアに行ってきました‼️ 半蔵門線で渋谷よりほど近くの便利な場所にあって、皇居前で緑あふれる雰囲気。 JAPAN TRADITIONAL CRAFTS AOYAMA SQUARE exhibits and sells over a hundred kinds of selective traditional crafts such as ceramics, lacquered wares, woven textiles....
I read “ROSANJIN”. Kitaōji Rosanjin* (北大路 魯山人, 1883–1959) was a noted artist and pottery designer and chef in Japan. 美食家、アーティスト、陶器デザイナーとしても有名な魯山人の本を読みました。 He was born in Kyoto, at first became distinguished calligrapher.Then he ran an famous antique shop and a member-only restaurant in Tokyo....
I went Shoji Hamada Memorial Mashiko Sankokan Museum* in Mashiko. The Museum exhibits many items that the potter Shoji Hamada. Shōji Hamada (1894–1978) was a Japanese potter. He in 1955 became the first person to be designated a Living National Treasure. Hamada was impressed by a Tokyo exhibition of ceramic art by Bernard Leach. Hamada accompanied Leach to England in 1920. In 1924, Shoji Hamada, came to settle in Mashiko. He promoted the Folk Crafts Movement with Soetsu Yanagi. They pursued...
I went an excibition “Yoshihiko Yoshida - The Potter between Mashiko and Mino” at Mashiko Museum of Ceramic Art* in Mashiko. Yoshihiko Yoshida (吉田喜彦) studied with renowned Mino potter and Living National Treasure Arakawa Toyozo (1894-1985) for 13 years. He studied painting at his hight schools days. His pottery is very soft and grace like Japanese traditional painting or "Rinpa"**. Yoshida lived amid a forest in the hills of Toki City in Gifu Prefecture. I feel his work the beauty...
I read “日本の手仕事をつなぐ旅 うつわ (written by久野恵一(1947-2015))” 鎌倉でもやい工藝という陶器のお店をしていて、日本の民藝の運動に大きな影響を与えていた、久野恵一さんの本、“日本の手仕事をつなぐ旅 うつわ (久野恵一(1947-2015)”を読みました(^^) I think the author thought good pottery had (Of course the skill of forming and artistic quality is most important)...