Shigaraki Dish（5 Pieces / Morimitsu Hosokawa）
It is the heavy shigaraki dish. It maximizes the beauty of the appearance of food and sweets. The atmosphere is different one by one.
- Morimitsu Hosokawa
- About 553g
- About 16.5cm
- About 2.7cm
- Paulonia Box with Artist's Sign
Morimitsu Hosokawa 1972-
Born in Tokyo and spent his childhood in Kumamoto.
In 1999, Studied under 7th Masatake Fukumori of “Doraku Kiln” in Iga City, Mie Prefecture.
In 2006, Opened the kiln at “Taishoji” in Kumamoto City.
In 2007, Built the kiln in Kugino, Minamiaso Village, Kumamoto Prefecture.
In 2008, First solo exhibition in Kyoto. Since then, held solo exhibitions all over the country.
Worked on Raku ware, Shigaraki, Korai, etc. And also served as director of Eisei Bunko.