1975: Born in Shizuoka City, Shizuoka Prefecture.
2007: Began studying the art of pottery under Motohiko Ito.
2009: Entered Kasama Ceramics Institute.
2010: Became staff member at atelier of Akio Nukaga.
2011: Accepted for 51st Japan Traditional Arts Exhibition.
2012: Selected to receive Governor’s Prize at Ibaraki Design Selection .
2013: Accepted for 53rd Japan Traditional Arts Exhibition.
2014: Accepted for 54th Japan Traditional Arts Exhibition.
2014: Accepted for 2nd Ceramic Art Society of Japan Exhibition.
2015: Exhibitor [Beauty in inheritance] in New York
2017: Exhibitor [Gift- sannga project] in New York
Young ceramist who started out as a metal-carving designer. Works incorporate a harmony between the warmth of ceramics and metallic, inorganic properties to bring forth a novel texture.
The colors he forms out of his unique sensibilities are equally novel.
・Characteristics of Works
Works incorporate silver coloring, ridges, rims, red glaze, gray glaze and carbonization.
Exhibit an exquisitely-controlled glazed look with the use of ridging techniques.
・Individual Exhibitions, Etc.
Nihonbashi Takashimaya (Tokyo), Gallery Mon (Kasama City, Ibaraki Prefecture), Gallery You (Shizuoka Prefecture), KIEI ART EXHIBITION (Tsukuba City, Ibaraki Prefecture), IBARAKI SHORT-TERM SHOP (Tokyo), Gallery Hiroo (Tokyo)
・Exposure in Media, Etc.
“Ceramists of Kasama” (companion volume to magazine HONO GEIJUTSU)
The Ibaraki Shimbun (newspaper) and many others