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清岡幸道 / Kodo Kiyooka

Kodo Kiyooka

At first glance, Kiyooka's work looks simple because of its understated expression, but when you hold it in your hand, you will be amazed at its eloquence.

It's so light and thin that if you lift it up imagining how heavy it feels, you'll hear a voice in the gap. The glaze is thickly applied, but the base is very delicately ground and gives a sensitive impression.

Mr. Kiyooka's highly unique works that transcend nationality, which are unlikely and unlike anyone else, complement the cuisine in a super-high dimension.

FOOD FOR THOUGHT director Yuko Watanabe fell in love at first sight with Kiyooka's work, this crystal white glaze. Watanabe's criteria for deciding which works to sell at our restaurant is "whether or not you want to serve food", but all of Kiyooka's works are elegant even without serving food, and I just want to put them on the table and look at them. , Watanabe made a rare comment.

Biography of Koudou Kiyooka
1969 Born in Tokyo
1993 Graduated from Department of Crafts, Osaka University of Arts
1996 Became a creative trainee at the Shiga Prefectural Shigaraki Ceramic Art Park After working at a pottery factory in Shigaraki
2007 Opened independent kiln

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