Maki Hayashida “Because the stones were there”

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When Maki Hayashida visited Izumiyama Ceramic Stone Field in Arita, Saga Prefecture, she felt “nature is the source of everything.” Its breathtaking landscape taught her that a small porcelain we use casually everyday is also a piece of the majestic nature. In 1616, Japan’s first porcelain was fired in Arita, because pottery stones had found here in Izumiyama. Since then Arita has molded an important history of the Japanese craftsmanship. Hayashida introduces the remarkable landscape which is the origin of its history.

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from October 04, 2016 to October 16, 2016


Maki Hayashida



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