YAMADA JÔZAN IV
4th generation potter who is the son of and heir of former
Living National Treasure Yamada Jozan III. Creates beautiful Tokoname
teapots and large ash-glazed jars.
KATÔ YASUKAGE XIV
Glazed Mino stoneware in Shino, Kizetoand Oribe styles,
forms such as water jar, tea bowls, sake cups and flasks.
14th generation descendant of the founder of Mino ware, who makes
exquisite Shino and Oribe teabowls/sculptural works in glazed Mino
Minimally elegant sculptures from the material of white
porcelain. Perhaps the leading characteristic of Maeta´s works
is not the gentle and snowy whiteness of his porcelain, but the
minimalistic, subtle yet serene silhouettes formed from his exceptional
Creates elegant enameled porcelain works with gold and
platinum leafs underglaze.
Eldest son of legendary female pottery pioneer Ono Hakuko. Carrying
on the traditions borne form his talented mother, Ono Jiro wields
the yuri-kinsai technique with as much flair and elegance as his
mother, if not more.