In the past few years, this potter has gained huge popularity in the Japanese pottery scene for his wonderfully neutral yet stunning pieces. The combination of conventional shapes with beautifully varied glazing makes every piece completely unique. His style has been spotted by many chefs and restaurants alike for its ability to accentuate the food that is being served. As a result, he has featured in countless food and pottery magazines.
1980 Born in Kobe, Japan
2003 Graduated from Kinki University in Formative Art
2004 2006 Taught at a junior high school in Kobe
2010 Moved to Mashiko