Teisai Mori

  • Ceramics
  • 1949 -
Teisai Mori

With the new Yudasuki glazing and firing technique, in which glazes are added to traditional hizen firing, I am exploring the possibilities of the unprecedentedly beautiful firing effects of Bizen ware.

Membership Full member, Japan Kogei Association
Okayama Bizenyaki Touyuukai
Full member, TOBI, the Ceramic Art Society of Japan
  • 1949 Born to the Mori family of the Terami lineage, one of the 6 Bizen ware kiln families
  • 1973 Graduated from the Department of Business in the Faculty of Law and Economics at the Aichi University
    Studied Ceramics under his father MORI Furai
  • 1979 Selected for the Japan Traditional Art Crafts Exhibition
  • 1981 Selected for the Japan Traditional Art Crafts Exhibition
  • 1985 Selected for the Japan Traditional Art Crafts Exhibition
  • 1989 Selected for the 1st Ceramics Biennale ‘89
  • 1989 Selected for the 10th Japanese Ceramic Arts Exhibition
  • 1989 Selected for the Asahi Ceramic Art Exhibition
  • 1991 Selected for the 2nd Ceramics Biennale ‘91
  • 1991 Selected for the Yakishime Ceramics Exhibition
  • 1992 Selected for the Asahi Ceramic Art Exhibition
  • 1995 Selected for the Japanese Ceramic Arts Exhibition
  • 1995 Selected for the Asahi Ceramic Art Exhibition
  • 1997 Selected for the 5th Ceramics Biennale ‘97
  • 1999 Selected for the Asahi Ceramic Art Exhibition
  • 1999 Selected for the Japan Traditional Art Crafts Exhibition
  • 1999 Full member, Japan Kogei Association
  • 2008 Selected for the Tanabe Museum of Art “Arts of the Tea Ceremony” Exhibition
  • 2009 Succeeded in the development of a decorating and firing technique called “Uwatasuki”
  • 2010 Volunteered to perform restoration work on the tail of the Bizen Ojishi statue at the Sumiyoshi Taisha, Osaka
  • 2014 Selected for the Tanabe Museum of Art “Arts of the Tea Ceremony” Exhibition

  • 1991Received the Incentive Award at the Prefectural Exhibition
  • 1993Received the Prefectural Exhibition Award at the Prefectural Exhibition
  • 1994Received the Sanyo Shimbun Award at the Prefectural Exhibition
  • 1995Received the Prefectural Exhibition Award at the Prefectural Exhibition
  • 1997Received the Incentive Award at the Yakishime Ceramics Public Exhibition
  • 1999Received the Sanyo Shimbun Award at the Japan Traditional Art Crafts Chugoku Branch Exhibition
  • 1999Received the Okayama Board of Education Superintendent’s Award at the Prefectural Exhibition
  • 2001Received the Okayama Board of Education Superintendent’s Award at the Japan Traditional Art Crafts Chugoku Branch Exhibition
  • 2002Received the Prefectural Exhibition Award at the Prefectural Exhibition
  • 2007Received the 50th Anniversary Memorial Incentive Award at the Japan Traditional Art Crafts Chugoku Branch Exhibition
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