Erika Otsuka

  • Textiles
  • 1989 -
Erika Otsuka

Mainly using the kasuri technique. Dyeing silk thread with natural dye and producing tsumugi kimonos. Using unforgettable scenes, nature of the four seasons, and sounds as themes of her designs. Aiming to bring out the best of the material to make beautiful textiles.

Membership Research member, Japan Kogei Association
  • 1989 Born in Nagoya, Aichi
  • 2015 Selected for the Kyo Exhibition (selected twice from this year onward)
  • 2017 Selected for the 46th Kinki Traditional Kōgei Exhibition for the first time (selected every year from this year onward)
  • 2018 Graduated from Kyoto Zokei University (current Kyoto University of the Arts) Graduate School
    Selected for the 41st Japan Dyeing and Weaving Designers’ Exhibition
  • 2021 Group Exhibition "Kinki Traditional Kōgei Exhibition 50th Anniversary Textiles Exhibition"
  • 2022 Group Exhibition "The World of Textiles and Basketry"

  • 2015Received the Hand Weaving Technique Promotion Foundation Award at the 8th Contemporary Hand Woven Textiles Public Exhibition
  • 2017Received the Kyoto Shimbun Award at the 40th Japan Dyeing and Weaving Designers’ Exhibition
  • 2018Received the New Artist Incentive Award at the 47th Kinki Traditional Kōgei Exhibition

Price Range

$ 2,000 - 6,000

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