Ichira Tamura, Plate.
Ichira Tamura, Plate.
Size: About 24cm in diameter, about 3cm in height.
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The self-made works are used in the ceramic soil of Kyushu and Asakusa, and in recent years, the spectacular soil of gray clay and Shinraku has also been blended, but there are also a few ceramic stones at the center of his production.
Asakusa is a very smooth touch, a highly plastic soil, and I always want to make a shape that uses plasticity. Even if you look at the tension of the “circle” that is made of shrinking, breaking, or molding, you can see it very comfortably, and the shape that does not hurt your tension is very important for your molding.
He likes Chinese celadon and modern writers' celadon, and he burns gas with reduced burning. For himself, celadon reflects snow. After nine years of life, I returned to Akita in Gori because I wanted to make the winter scenery of Akita as a work.
Because the author's handiwork is made by one, dimensions, shapes, colors, and patterns are different from the raw materials. I'm doing a check to please your customers, but I'm not sure you're going to be able to use it.dimensions, shapes, colors, hiltsIf you have any differences, please understand the characteristics of the instrument as a good order. Also, depending on the color and texture of the product, the monitor environment available and the browser may vary somewhat in the color of the screen and actual product, so please understand.
The recipe I'm eating with the bowl of TamuraThis way.I'll see you from now on.
Ichichi Tamura's work is imaged in the winter sky of Akita.
The instrument that feels the beautiful white material of the sky, the color of the color that gently dyes the white color.
There is also a bowl that reminds people of Tamura Ichi, who studied psychology at college, and the gray part is a color that comes out of the shell of the Japanese liquor Shinjin in Akita Prefecture.
1973 Akita Prefecture
2000 After completing graduate school at Waseda University, he began his writership in Tokyo
2002, I moved to Matsuko Town, Yoshiga-gun, Ki Prefecture.
2011 Return to Akita Prefecture, reaching the present