We received the Iga Tsubo just this week. It is beautiful and in perfect condition. Thank you for taking such good care in packing it. I must say the piece is far more beautiful than the pictures led me to believe. I hope to do business with you in the future.
San Diego, U.S.
Ezaki Issei(1918-1992)--a legend in Japanese ceramics; please see our archives for more about him. Here is a fine Ezaki ash-glazed jar in perfect condition with a signed box, 22cm.tallx20.cm, signed on base. click for details
Shigaraki veteran Kato Takahiko (b.1952) just fired his anagama and RYYG went and selected the best tokkuri and guinomi from that firing; here they are. Each in perfect condition with signed boxes, tokkuri are 35,000 yen and guinomi are 22,000 yen. click for details
We're very pleased to offer for the first time the works of Setsu Junji, a Kyoto born ('75) and raised ceramic artist we first noticed a few years ago. His works are *very* distinctive for his original technique of 'drawing' on clay slabs to create enigmatic designs than conjure up all sorts of i... click for details
Kamoda Shoji (1933-1983) was one of the most influential potters of post-war Japan. He brought new meaning to "decorative ceramics" with extraordinary and imaginative designs. His following was so great that his shows would sell out in 15 minutes (one supposed record), and the lines to the exhibi... click for details
Here are some recently-fired natural ash-glazed works by Tsujimura Yui (b.1975). The tallest heishi-jar is 28.2cm.tall and is 130,000 yen, the wide-mouth jar is 17.2cm.tallx22 and is also 100,000 yen, the smaller heishi is 21cm.tall and is On Reserve, the 'apple' jar on the ring is 19.2cm.tall an... click for details
Newly-fired, Fujioka Shuhei's incredible forms and firing again on these six tokkuri; each in perfect condition with a signed box. click for details
Ichino Masahiko (b.1961) is a leader in today's ceramic world here in Japan, period. More about him can be read at www.e-yakimono.net Occasionally he fires using ash glazes and this is a rare example of a melting white snow glaze over a rough clay body. A bit of heft in the weight, in perfect con... click for details
Kato Yasukage(1964-2012) was born into quite an illustrious Mino potting family and a 14th generation potter who left this world physically much too soon. When his father passed away the young Kato was sent to Bizen to study with Living National Treasure Yamamoto Toshu. Afterwards, he studied at ... click for details
Wabi-Sabi personified, a quiet-dignified Shigaraki by Furutani Kazuya(b.1976.). In perfect condition with a signed box, 18cm.tallx18cm., signed on base. The vase is 130,000 yen, guinomi is 15,000 yen (tokkuri by father Michio--85,000 yen) and his yunomi are 6,000 yen each, no boxes for those. click for details
Have you ever heard of the 'Phantom' Dinner set? If not, then read about it here:http://www.e-yakimono.net/html/fujimoto-yoshimichi-04-jt.html. It was made by the late Living National Treasure Fujimoto Yoshimichi(1919-1992) who was a master with the brush. Here we offer a rare six-piece red and g... click for details