She uses white clay as a material.
After sculpting the molded work into an ellipse, she covers it slightly with white soil
and scratches it spirally with a needle.
This elliptical pattern is drawn by imagining the shell of the ocean, and it expresses the swirl pattern of shining shells on the beach.
On the surface of the work there are delicate irregularities, and when it reflects on the light glittery shine is seen.
Through the work, she is expressing her unique world view, delicacy, femininity, not just a pattern.
Career & Award
2011 Selected for the 45th Female Ceramic Art Exhibition year
2012 52nd East Japan traditional craft exhibition selected
2013 Heisei 24 Ibaraki prefecture art festival art Exhibition selection
The 22nd Japan Ceramic Art Exhibition selection · Selected the 1st Ceramic Exhibition
The 53rd East Japan traditional craft exhibition Received incentive award
Selected for the 60th Japanese traditional craft exhibition
Two people exhibition at the restaurant (Yamaguchiro Mito)
2014 Heisei 20th Ibaraki prefecture art festival art exhibition prize winning prize
Japanese Cuisine and Contemporary Ceramics
- Japanese Food World Intangible Cultural Property Registration Memorial -
At the Ibaraki Ceramic Art Museum
First solo exhibition at Mito Keisei department store
Selected 2nd Ceramic Exhibition
Selected for the 54th East Japan traditional craft exhibition
2015 2014 Itami International Craft Exhibition "Sake cup · drinking cupboard" Winning
55th East Japan traditional craft exhibition selected
2016 The 33rd Long-term Awards Tokono Ceramic Art Exhibition Selected
56th East Japan traditional craft exhibition selected
The 4th Ceramic Exhibition 14th Kagakonemon Memorial Prize Winner
The 63rd Japanese traditional craft exhibition selection
NHK BS TV "Ippin" interview broadcasting 2017
Modern tea ceremony at Ibaraki prefecture ceramics art museum
Isetan Shinjuku at main building
Selected for the 64th Japanese traditional craft exhibition
Brilliant pot - 7 women expressed by ceramist - at Ginza Wako
Selected the 7th Kikuchi Biennale