Norikazu Oe Tea Pot ~ Norikazu Oe began his relationship with ceramics early, attending a high school that specializes in ceramics training in Seto, one Japans foremost pottery centers. After graduating he continued his training in Tajimi, another of Japan's famous pottery towns. Oe went independent in 1999 and currently works out of his studio in Gifu Prefecture. |Pinned from PinTo for iPad|
WOODEN TEA CADDY M Description Beautiful and exquisite hand-made cherry bark tea caddy from the Akita prefecture of Japan. Cherry bark crafting is considered a traditional folk-art that dates back to the Edo period over 200 years ago. The cherry bark will enrich in color and grain with handling and age.
"【Installation 006】 Hyogo Prefectural Monodzukuri Institute, Monodzukuri Center This lever handle was made using the traditional Japanese artisanal technique of Myochin Hibashi. #japan #craftsmanship #myochinhibashi #himeji #hyogo" #doorhandle #design #doorhandles