Ensai guinomi sake cup made by Yasuo Yamato. Hagiyakiyaordering number:hagi-yaya-shuk-0006

hagi-yaya-shuk-0006

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width7.3cm×depth7.5cm×height5.8cm, weight118g
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Ensai guinomi sake cup made by Yasuo Yamato.

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Size: Diameter7.3cm Width7.5cm Height5.8cm Weight118g

Ensai guinomi sake cup made by Yasuo Yamato.

Hagi ware(hagi yaki) made by Yasuo Yamato at Yasuo Kiln.
Yamaguchi prefecture designated intangible cultural property holder.
Items are shipped 7-14 days after payment is confirmed for preparing new wooden box.

history
1959: First Prize for Nitten.

1960: West Japan Craft Exhibition Excellence Award.

1961: Collection of vases at the Museum of Modern Art, Kamakura.
Collection of vases at the Spanish Folklore Museum in Spain.

1967: Kyushu Yamaguchi Ceramics Exhibition First Prize Winner.

1973: Yamaguchi Prefectural Arts and Culture Promotion Encouragement Award.

1975: Japan Traditional Craft Exhibition First Prize Winner.

1979: Japan Craft Association regular member.
Yamaguchi Prefectural Museum of Art ceramic wall completed.
Japan Crafts Association Yamaguchi Branch Exhibition Branch Manager Award Winner.

1982: Ceramic box stored at the Greenebrand Museum of Art, Ohio, USA.
Yamaguchi Prefectural Art Exhibition Award for Excellence.

1984: Japan Crafts Association Yamaguchi Branch Exhibition Branch Manager Award Winner.
Yamaguchi prefectural office third floor hall ceramic wall completion.
Yamato Yasuo half century commemorative works published.

1986: Japan Craft Association Yamaguchi Branch Exhibition Asahi Shimbun Award.

1987: Ceramic container is stored at the Yamaguchi Prefectural Museum of Art.
Japan Crafts Association Yamaguchi Branch Exhibition Branch Manager Award Winner.

1988: Yamaguchi Prefecture Designated Intangible Cultural Property Hagiyaki Holder Certification.
Director of Japan Crafts Association-Executive Secretary, Yamaguchi Branch of Japan Crafts Association.

1989: Yamaguchi Prefecture Award for Arts and Culture Achievement.

1992: Received the 49th Chugoku area Culture Award.

1993: Ceramic container is stored at the British Museum of the United Kingdom.

1995: Published the design book by Yasuo Yamato in Hagiyaki.
A-bomb memorial monument completion (former Hiroshima Teishin Hospital).

1996: Teabowl is stored at the Honolulu Museum of Art, Hawaii, USA.
Mikasanomiya Takahito Denka, His Royal Princess Yuriko denka came the kiln..

2000: Jar is stored in Ise Shrine.
France Paris Japan Cultural Center Hagi yaki 400 years exhibition.

2001: Imperial Highness Princess received “tea bowl”.

2002: Ceramic container is stored Nara Yakushiji Temple.

2003: Yamaguchi Bank Yamaguchi branch ceramic wall “sou” completed.

2005: NHK Yamaguchi Broadcasting Station ceramic wall completed.
33rd Annual Traditional Craft Work Exhibition Japan Craft Society Award.

2006: The National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo,
Water container and tea bowl are stored.

2007: Received the Order of the Rising Sun, Gold Rays with Rosette.
Ceramic container is stored at the Wellesley University Art Museum, Boston, USA.

2008: “Beauty and pain”, “Yasuo Yamato and Nakahara Chuya” Exhibition at Nakahara Chuya Memorial Hall.

2010: 30th Traditional Culture Paula Award ? Excellence Award.

2011: Tea bowl is stored at the San Francisco Oriental Museum of Art, USA.
Flower vase donation to the prince Kotaishi-sama.
Ceramic container is stored at Ibaraki Prefectural Ceramic Art Museum.
Ceramic container and the others are stored at the Yamaguchi Prefectural Museum of Art, Urakami Memorial Museum.

2012: Ceramic container is stored at Shandong Ministries of China.
Ceramic container for the Japanese Emperor Tenno heika.

2013: “Ceramics of Yasuo Yamato-Modeling of Soul (Anima)” Exhibition is held at Yamaguchi Prefectural Museum of Art and Urakami Memorial Museum.

Present:
Yamaguchi Yamaguchi Designated Intangible Cultural Property Hagi yaki Holder.
Japan Crafts Association Yamaguchi Branch Visiting Professor Yamaguchi Prefectural University Special Honors Professor.

Hagi-yaki pottery effectually expresses a certain “simplicity” due to the original standards of its style, the characteristic of the clay, and the glazing technique.
Thus, Hagi-yaki pottery has been widely appreciated by experts of the tea ceremony.

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