Kentaku Yamamoto "KUCHA"


An object fired in a kerosene kiln using Kucha, a natural material that can only be found in Okinawa.
Kucha means "mud rock" in the Okinawan dialect. It is clay-like soil that has been deposited in the sea of ​​Okinawa for many years.
Depending on the ingredients contained in Kucha itself and the power of the flame, it can take on a variety of different expressions. Each piece is unique, and you can feel the strength and beauty of it as if it were created by nature.
A display stand (dish stand) is included.

Workshop: Yamamoto workshop
Production area: Yomitan, Okinawa
Size: Approximately Φ20.5cm x H2.5cm
Material: pottery

Noritaka Yamamoto
Born in Mie Prefecture
Completed Okinawa Prefectural University of Arts
Studied under Mr. Sanekyo Omine
Established "Yamamoto Kobo" in Yomitan Village

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