Katsudo Nakajima

  • Ceramics
  • 1954 -
Katsudo Nakajima

Using ash glaze and celadon which are the basics of glazed ceramics, I am seeking to make an original style of ceramics by bringing out their charm and beauty to match our modern life style.

Membership Full member, Japan Kogei Association
Japan Ceramics Society
Japan Society of Oriental Ceramic Studies
  • 1954 Born in Tokyo
    Studied and trained in Hagi, Shigaraki and Iga
  • 1984 Built a climbing kiln in the Tanzawa mountains, Kanagawa Prefecture
  • 2001 Nominated Artist at the 16th Japan Ceramic Art Exhibition
  • 2005 Invited Artist at the 18th Japan Ceramic Art Exhibition
  • 2007 Invited Artist at the 19th Japan Ceramic Art Exhibition
  • 2009 Invited Artist at the 20th Japan Ceramic Art Exhibition
  • Selected for the Japan Traditional Kōgei Exhibition, Asahi Ceramic Art Exhibition etc.

  • 1993Received the Excellence Award at the Japan Ceramic Art Exhibition
  • 1995Received the Excellence Award at the Japan Ceramic Art Exhibition
  • 1998Received the Incentive Award at the East Japan Traditional Kōgei Exhibition
  • 2000Received the Grand Award and HAMADA Shoji Award at the Mashiko Ceramics Competition
  • 2016Received the Traditional Craft Award from the Japan Food Culture Association
  • 2021Received the Incentive Award at the The Traditional Kogei Exhibition of East Japan Kanagawa Exhibition

  • Mashiko Museum of Ceramic Art

Price Range

$ 100 - 2,000

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15 artworks posted