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日下部 正和

Masakazu Kusakabe uses kilns of his original design which enhance the beautiful natural ash effects on his pots. His studio in Miharu is truly a cave of wonders.

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金山 忍

Shinobu's work ranges from purely decorative to functional. She uses both a wood kiln and an electric kiln and her pieces show the influence of her trips abroad.

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渡辺 安里

Anri converted an old Miharu school into a studio where she patiently forms and decorates her unusually-shaped vessels, and fires them with a special technique.

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Yoshida

Yoshida-san's work skillfully combines traditional shapes of Korean influence with his lively and original motifs.

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セコ ダニエル

Daniel splits his time between Miharu and Czech Republic. His beautifully crafted pots combine traditional Czech shapes with a very personal aesthetic.

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Damien Boaglio

Damien particularly enjoys wood-fired pottery for its beautiful and powerful effects as well as the community events firings represent.

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