Eiichi Tsuchihira

  • Ceramics
  • 1969 -
Eiichi Tsuchihira

Seeking a new style of ceramics using the traditional techniques of Tokoname ware.

Membership Associate member, Japan Kogei Association
Tokoname ware Traditional Craftsman
  • 1969 Born in Tokoname, Aichi
  • 1991 Studied at Iowa State University
  • 1992 Graduated from National Fisheries University
  • 1994 Graduated from University of Miyazaki, Graduate School of Agriculture
  • 1996 Graduated from Arita College of Ceramics
    Joined Isshin Tobo Ltd.
  • 2009 Designated as Traditional Craftsman of Tokoname ware, a traditional craft designated by the Minister of Economy, Trade and Industry
  • Selected for:
    The 7th International Ceramics Festival Mino
    The 43rd Asahi Ceramic Art Exhibition
    The 18th and19th Asahi Modern Craft Exhibition
    The 6th Ceramics Biennale '99
    The 24th, 26th and 28th Choza Award Tokoname Ceramic Exhibition
    The 2nd and 3rd Exhibition of Contemporary Ceramics for the Tea Ceremony
    The Beer Mug Rankai 3 and 6
    Itami International Craft Exhibition Shuki / Shuhaidai
    All-Japan Craft Competition '99 Sapporo
    The 5th Nissin Foods Contemporary Ceramic Art Noodle Bowl Exhibition
    The 13th and 16th "Oribe no Kokoro (Oribe Spirit)" Ceramics Exhibition
    The 2nd Sapporo Beer Mug Contest
    "Sake no Utsuwa (sake vessels)" Exhibition in Kanezu, Fukui
    The 32nd – 34th Sencha Craft Exhibition
    The 51st Tōkai Traditional Kōgei Exhibition

  • Received the Grand Award at the 11th Tableware Grand Prix
    Received the Shoichi Royama Special Award at the Craft Competition in Takaoka 2006
    Selected for the World Ceramics Exposition in Saga '96 Street Furniture Exhibition
    Received the Choza Gold Award at the 31st Choza Award Tokoname Ceramic Exhibition, the Choza Award at the 32nd and 36th Choza Award Tokoname Ceramic Exhibition, and the Incentive Award at the 30th Choza Award Tokoname Ceramic Exhibition
    Received the Hoenkan Award at the 2nd Hoenkan Ceramic Grand Prix
    Received the Incentive Award (Student DIvision) at the 6th Saga Design Competition

Price Range

$ 100 - 200

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