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Bizen Yohen Hanaire by Yukuyoshi Manabu

Bizen Yohen Hanaire by Yukuyoshi Manabu

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A simple cylinder form blasted with ash by Yukuyoshi Manabu enclosed in the original signed wooden box titled Bizen Yohen Hanaire. Two Botamochi circles are stacked up on one side, the rest blasted with flying ash. It is 10 inches (25.5 cm) tall and in excellent condition. It is wrapped in a soft thick cloth to protect the beautiful smattering of textured ash clinging to the surface.
Yukuyoshi Manabu was born in Kagatonishi near the heart of Bizen country in 1941. After working in Osaka as a young man, he returned to Bizen to assist the family building supply company. There he began to study clay under Mori Hozan and Ohira Seinosuke. After rebuilding an old kiln, he established his own. He ahs exhibited with the Issuikai Ten, the Chunichi Kokusai Togeiten, the National Ceramic Exhibition (Nihon Togeiten) among many others and has received a great many awards over his career.