photo Shinroku Takahashi

Shinroku Takahashi

TAKAHASHI applies moegi glaze and zogan (inlay) techniques and the kohiki (white porcelain of underglazed iron-brown) technique.


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  • Honors and Affiliation
    Student member, Japan Kogei Association


  • 1949
    Born in Yokohama City
  • 1973
    Relocated to Okinawa
    Started ceramics production in Koza (Presently Okinawa City)
  • 1977
    Started ceramics production in Tobe, Yokohama
  • 1979
    Group exhibition at Yokohama Takashimaya
  • 1981
    Received the Kanagawa Board of Education Superintendent’s Award at the Kanagawa Art Association Exhibition
    Selected for the Fletcher Brownbuilt Pottery Exhibition(New Zealand)
  • 1982
    Selected for the 9th Japan Traditional Art Crafts Musashino Exhibition
    Solo exhibition at Yokohama Takashimaya
  • 1983
    Established his kiln in Konandai, Yokohama
  • 1986
    Specially selected for the Mitsukoshi Flower Wares Exhibition
    Solo exhibition at the Yokohama Center Gallery
    Solo exhibition at the Konandai Takashimaya
    Selected for the Kanagawa Prefectural Art Exhibition
  • 1987
    Selected for the Mitsukoshi Flower Wares Exhibition
    Selected for Issuikai Ceramics Exhibition at Shibuya Seibu
  • 1988
    Selected for the Mitsukoshi Flower Wares Exhibition
  • 1989
    Established his kiln in Tomioka, Yokohama
  • 1991
    Solo exhibition at the Nissei Gallery
  • 1992
    Solo exhibition at the Yokohama Civic Art Gallery
    4-men exhibition at the Art-kan
  • 1995
    Group exhibition at Gallery Le Monde Metal
  • 1997
    Solo exhibition at the LIBEST Gallery So, Kichijoji
  • 2002
    Selected for the Japan Traditional Arts Association Exhibition
  • 2003
    Submitted to the Asahi Charity Art Exhibition
    Selected for the Issuikai Ceramics Exhibition at Ikebukuro Seibu
  • 2007
    Solo exhibition at the Yokohama Center Gallery
    Member of the Japan Kogei Association Eastern Japan Branch
    Lecturer at a Culture Center
    Lecturer at the Yokohama Senior Citizens Welfare Center
    Published the“Ceramics Notebook” (Visual Design Laboratory Inc.) (Collaboration)