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Takashi Baba - Bizen Yohen Ao Chawan

132,000 YEN

size : W11.9cm×11.7cm×H8.8cm

Takashi Baba is a ceramic style that combines sculpture and Bizen ware.
He uses a lot of shavings and patterns to create highly artistic works.
This Chawan was fired by him in November 2021.
This work is painted black clay and cobalt on the surface.
Furthermore, a bright blue fire pattern is generated by intensively applying a strong fire.
Goma's yellow, black clay, and bright blue are a set and have a very fantastic beauty.



Gosuke Yashiro - Imbe Chawan

17,500 YEN

size : W12.1cm×12.0cm×H9.6cm

He was attracted by Bizen ware and moved from Hokkaido to Okayama.
He loves the simple beauty of Bizen ware.
This work is also very simple and powerful.
This Chawan was fired by him so that it would not be exposed to direct fire.
Therefore, this Chawan has acquired a clay texture that looks like Nanban Yakishime.
It is not possible to keep water for a long time.
A wooden box is not included, but you can make one.



Mitsuru Isezaki - Bizen Katatsuki Chaire

160,000 YEN
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size : W6.0cm×5.9cm×H8.1cm

Mitsuru Isezaki is one of the potters who inherited Bizen ware redeveloped by Toyo Kanesige.
His pottery style is simple and undecorated to show off the goodness of the clay.
This Chaire has a beautiful texture due to the good quality of the clay.
The fire pattern, Haikaburi Yohen, is also very beautiful, and I believe that this Chaire was his most confident work.
The Chaire comes with a case, a replacement case, an ivory lid, a name tag for the case, and a wooden box to hold it all.



Gosuke Yashiro - Imbe Chawan

20,000 YEN
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size : W16.6cm×16.2cm×H8.1cm

He was attracted by Bizen ware and moved from Hokkaido to Okayama.
He loves the simple beauty of Bizen ware.
This work is also very simple and powerful.
Goma, a mixture of blue and gray, is plain but has Bizen ware-like goodness.
You can feel the influence of Yuho Kaneshige on the clay color and fire pattern of this Chawan.
A wooden box is not included, but you can make one.



Yoshiteru Takariki - Bizen Chawan

50,000 YEN
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size : W12.0cm×11.9cm×H8.0cm

He inherits the skills and spirit of Sozan Kaneshige.
The simple and undecorated design highlights the beauty of Bizen clay.
He believes that the work will be completed in the hands of the user.
It is very difficult for Yohen's works to balance the black ash cover and the red clay color.
After firing for a long time, the black ash cover will become blacker, but the red color will be lost.
This Chawan is miraculously beautiful in both red and black.



Mitsuru Isezaki - Bizen Mimitsuki Mizusashi

120,000 YEN
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size : W20.0cm×17.4cm×H18.7cm

Mitsuru Isezaki is one of the potters who inherited Bizen ware redeveloped by Toyo Kanesige.
His pottery style is simple and undecorated to show off the goodness of the clay.
This work was fired by him around 2003.
Sangiri with a cloud-like pattern is generated on the body of this work.
And it has a painting-like atmosphere in combination with Higakimon carved on the body by Mitsuru.



Toshun Tokuda - Ao Bizen Chawan

10,000 YEN
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size : W12.5cm×12.3cm×H7.7cm

This Chawan shows the influence of his teacher, Ryuho Fujita.
He succeeded in producing a blue color by firing in a strong reduction state.
The color of the hidasuki also changed to orange.
He polished this Chawan before firing it, giving it a smooth surface like a stone worn by the river.



Takashi Soga - Bizen Chawan

88,000 YEN

size : W13.5cm×13.2cm×H7.9cm

Takashi Soga researches old Bizen were and uses it as a hint for his work creation.
He does not use any kiln tools made with modern chemistry.
He wants to recreate the environment where the old Bizen ware was made in his atelier.
His work, made in a unique environment, is very similar to old Bizen ware.
This work is his new Chawan, which was just burned in July 2020.
It is a powerful design that seems to have been created in the image of the old Bizen Chawan "Tadaima".
And you will be amazed by the very soft texture of Kasegoma.



Takashi Soga - Bizen Chawan

88,000 YEN

size : W11.9cm×11.7cm×H8.4cm

Takashi Soga researches old Bizen were and uses it as a hint for his work creation.
He does not use any kiln tools made with modern chemistry.
He wants to recreate the environment where the old Bizen ware was made in his atelier.
His work, made in a unique environment, is very similar to old Bizen ware.
This work is his new Chawan, which was just burned in July 2020.
The entire inside is coated with Hidasuki.
The dark brown color that goes well with the color of matcha is wonderful.
And Hidasuki changes the texture smoothly.



Tomoyuki Oiwa - Kuro Chawan

82,500 YEN
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size : W14.0cm×11.3cm×H10.2cm

He is a disciple of Ryuichi Kakurezaki.
He learned about Kakurezaki's innovative design and firing methods of Anagama.
He makes works with normal Bizen clay, and paints black clay after drying.
"Kuro" is made of clay with a high iron content in the Osafune district of Okayama prefecture.
Add a small amount of cobalt after dissolving them in water to make it liquid.
The black clay applied to the work changes to beautiful black when fired.
And this Chawan has a very special fire pattern.
The bright, transparent light blue fire pattern is a unique color.
I wondered if this chawan was due to the Hikidashi technique, but it's not.



Tomio Ochi - Shigaraki Chawan

50,000 YEN
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size : W12.1cm×11.7cm×H9.1cm

Tomio ochi is a relative of Anjin Abe.
He was an office worker but loved art.
After retiring from the company, he studied pottery as a student at Anjin Abe.
He studied the control of the fire method of the old Bizen from Anjin Abe.
The clay used in this Chawan is the clay from the Shigaraki region collected with Anjin Abe.
He fired this Chawan seven times.
He is shaving the entire work with a wooden spatula.
By doing so, the design became sharp, and a design margin was created on the inside.
He devises to use the margin to widen the lower part of the inside so that the taste of tea can be changed.



Ken Fujiwara - Bizen Hidasuki Chawan

100,000 YEN

size : W14.0cm×13.8cm×H8.9cm

This Chawan was made by Ken Fujiwara before 1970.
He made a large kiln in 1970, this Chawan was fired in Noborigama kiln.
He installed this Chawan in a place in Noborigama kiln where it was not exposed to direct fire.
It is in another works or in a box of refractory soil called Saya.
It has a color similar to the high-quality white clay used by Toyo Kaneshige.
The color is in excellent condition due to the interaction with Hidasuki.



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