The only Kyo-yaki and Kiyomizu-yaki specialty store in the metropolitan area

Kyoto ware/Kiyomizu ware Yoshimasa Kimura Ruri Tenmoku sake cup
Kyoto ware/Kiyomizu ware Yoshimasa Kimura Ruri Tenmoku sake cup
Kyoto ware/Kiyomizu ware Yoshimasa Kimura Ruri Tenmoku sake cup
Kyoto ware/Kiyomizu ware Yoshimasa Kimura Ruri Tenmoku sake cup
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, Kyoto ware/Kiyomizu ware Yoshimasa Kimura Ruri Tenmoku sake cup
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, Kyoto ware/Kiyomizu ware Yoshimasa Kimura Ruri Tenmoku sake cup
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, Kyoto ware/Kiyomizu ware Yoshimasa Kimura Ruri Tenmoku sake cup
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, Kyoto ware/Kiyomizu ware Yoshimasa Kimura Ruri Tenmoku sake cup

Kyoto ware/Kiyomizu ware Yoshimasa Kimura Ruri Tenmoku sake cup

Regular price
$68.03
Sale price
$68.03
Regular price
Sold out
Unit price
per 
Shipping calculated at checkout.

work description

It is a cup of Yoshimasa Kimura, a writer of Kyoto ware and Kiyomizu ware.

Yoshimasa Kimura's works have a wide variety of glazes, but in fact he has studied glazes almost entirely on his own, which is why he has such a wide range and depth.

This work is a sake cup made of lapis lazuli glaze, which has a lustrous blue color that looks like a gem among the variations of glaze. The large shape allows you to fully enjoy the scent of sake, and the deep color of the smooth azure glaze creates a calm time.

This is an author's work that is highly appreciated not only by Japanese people, but also as a gift for overseas people due to the sake boom in recent years. We also have a sake bottle that uses the glaze of the same artist, so please consider it together.

Why don't you enjoy a moment of relaxation with Tenmoku glaze sake cups, which are gaining popularity around the world?


* Depending on the work, the appearance of the glaze pattern may differ slightly from the photo. note that.

Author: Yoshimasa Kimura

1968 Born in Iwakura, Kyoto

Born into a family of potters, both his father and older brother, he was exposed to pottery from an early age and naturally aspired to become a pottery artist.

1989 Graduated from Kyoto Prefectural Ceramics Technical College

1992 Morinobu Kimura father and son three-person exhibition Japan traditional crafts exhibition Kinki exhibition selected (every year thereafter)

1998 Submitted to the Horaikai Exhibition, curated by Mr. Uichi Shimizu, a Living National Treasure

Selected for the Japan Traditional Art Crafts Exhibition in 2003 and 2005

2008 KYOTO & LITTLE KYOTO Exhibition
ANTHONY d'OFFAY GALLERY (London)

Solo exhibitions and group exhibitions in various places, including Kyoto Takashimaya

Detailed explanation

size
Diameter 9.4cm x Height 4cm
microwave
Yes
dishwasher
Yes