Junji Shioda

  • Lacquerware
  • 1952 -
Junji Shioda

SHIODA creates relaxing and warm works.

Membership Full member, Japan Kogei Association
Shikko-kai Exhibition
  • 1952 Born in Wajima City
  • 1974 Studied under his father Keishiro Shioda (Living National Treasure)
  • 1980 Wajima Urushi Art Technical Training Center, Urushi Course
  • 1983 Studied under Mashiki Masumura as a part of the successors' training course by the Agency for Cultural Affairs
  • 1988 Selected for the 35th Japan Traditional Kōgei Exhibition for the first time
  • 1989 Selected for the 30th Ishikawa Traditional Kōgei Exhibition for the first time
    Selected for the 7th Lacquerware Traditional Kōgei Exhibition for the first time
  • 1991 Becomes Full Member of the Japan Kōgei Association from the 38th Japan Traditional Kōgei Exhibition
  • 1994 Specially invited to submit to the 35th Ishikawa Traditional Kōgei Exhibition
    Selected for the '94 Tanko Biennale Tea Ceremony Art Exhibition
  • 1996 Evaluator at the 37th Ishikawa Traditional Kōgei Exhibition
  • 1998 Invited to the International Lacquerware Exhibition in Taiwan by the Taiwan Craft Artists Association
  • 1999 Evaluator at the 17th Lacquerware Traditional Kōgei Exhibition
  • 2007 Evaluator at the 54th Japan Traditional Kōgei Exhibition
    Received the Medal with Purple Ribbon in November
  • 2019 Submitted to URUSHI Tradition and Innovation

  • 1991Received the Ishikawa Governor Award for "Kanshitsu Hexagonal Covered Box" at the 32nd Ishikawa Traditional Kōgei Exhibition
  • 1992Received the Kanazawa City Mayor Award for "Kanshitsu Kawarinuri Tray" at the 33rd Ishikawa Traditional Kōgei Exhibition
    Received the Commissioner for Cultural Affairs Award for the "Kanshitsu Food Vessel" at the 10th Lacquerware Traditional Kōgei Exhibition
  • 1993Received the NHK Chairman Award for "Kanshitsu Covered Box Yorin" at the 40th Japan Traditional Kōgei Exhibition
  • 1995Received the Meitetsu Marukoshi President Award for "Incense Container Kayabuki" at the 1st Kenrokuen Grand Tea Ceremony Craft Exhibition
  • 1997Received the Japan Kogei Association President Award for "Kanshitsu Food Vessel with Rope Design" at the 44th Japan Traditional Kōgei Exhibition
  • 2000Best Technique Award at the 56th Contemporary Arts Exhibition

  • Wajima Museum of Urushi Art

Price Range

$ 300 - 20,000

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8 artworks posted