Toshio Fujii

When applying the sashimono (joinery) technique, I pay careful attention to the connection of the wood grain. The wooden materials are mainly Japanese zelkova, maple, and Japanese horse chestnut, and a few others. For finishing, I use fukiurushi (repeatedly applying and wiping off raw lacquer). I usually use lacquer ware base materials (sashimono).

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  • Category
    WOODWORK & BAMBOOWORK
  • Honors and Affiliation
    Full member, Japan Kogei Association

Carrer

  • 1948
    Studied under SHIBAMOTO Seiho at Takamatsu City, Kagawa Prefecture
  • 1992
    Full member, Japan Kogei Association
  • Selected for the Japan Traditional Art Crafts Exhibition 15 times
    Selected for the Kagawa Prefectural Art Exhibition 23 times and awarded 4 times
    Awarded 8 times at the Traditional Art Crafts Shikoku Exhibition

Prize

  • Awarded 8 times at the Traditional Art Crafts Shikoku Exhibition
    Awarded 4 times at the Kagawa Prefectural Art Exhibition