Received the Japan Contemporary Craft Award in 1968. Received a special prize at the. In 1983, he received the Minister of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology Newcomer Award for "Bronze ware with a brim". His representative works include "The King of Hanikami and his Queen" in the collection of the National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo, and "Dokuho" in the collection of Tokyo University of the Arts. The Nitten is the most popular and prestigious art organization in Japan, with only best artists from all over Japan participating in its annual exhibitions.
It started and 1907 by Japanese Imperial Ministry of Education and was known then as Bunten show, later on it was renamed again in to Teiten and after reorganization of Imperial Art Academy n 1937, became known is Nitten show. Now remains as the most recognized and prestigious Art promoting exhibition in Japan. In very good vintage condition.It has a heavy weight. 21 cm (8.26inch), W. 10 cm (3.93 inch). There is some discoloration near the bottom of the vase. 100% Authentic Guarantee We are officially recognized by the Japanese government as a secondhand goods dealer. All we sell New or second-hand high brand goods are genuine goods, never sell fakes. LICENSE Kanagawa Prefectural Police Department Certified Dealer Vendor.
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