• Noguchi Naohiko - Katakuchi and Ochoko designed by Naoki Kanazawa
  • Noguchi Naohiko - Katakuchi and Ochoko designed by Naoki Kanazawa
  • Noguchi Naohiko - Katakuchi and Ochoko designed by Naoki Kanazawa
  • Noguchi Naohiko - Katakuchi and Ochoko designed by Naoki Kanazawa
  • Noguchi Naohiko - Katakuchi and Ochoko designed by Naoki Kanazawa
  • Noguchi Naohiko - Katakuchi and Ochoko designed by Naoki Kanazawa

Noguchi Naohiko - Katakuchi and Ochoko designed by Naoki Kanazawa 農口尚彦研究所 金澤尚宜作 オリジナル片口

$120.00

Theme of this piece: Ambient ceramics
Mr. Kanazawa uses the theme of "ambient ceramics" in Amakusa's sea, plants, mountains and rivers, and the atmosphere of the island, expressing the creativity born from the surrounding environment through clay. Expressing the inspiration received from things born from nature.

Similarly, in sake brewing, rice and water are used to create koji, which is then combined to create sake.
In addition, the Komatsu/Kannon-shita area where Nougchi Naohiko sake Institute is located is rich in nature and is surrounded by plants, trees, mountains, and rivers, making sake there, so they felt an affinity for Mr. Kanazawa's works and style, which led them to this collaboration.

Artist Naoki Kanazawa a masterful pottery artist from Amakusa, Kumamoto Prefecture, affiliated with Naohiko Noguchi Research Institute.

Size Pitcher: H55 W128 D77 Cup: H44 φ67
Capacity Pitcher: 195cc Cup: 45cc
Box size H61 W160 D120
Weight (Including box) 275g
Material Clay
Box specifications Cosmetic box



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Noguchi Naohiko Sake Institute農口尚彦研究所

Noguchi Toji, now 88 years old, has been a Toji since the young age of 27. He has won 27 Gold Medals at the Annual Japan Sake Awards among uncountable other awards over his career and was even presented with the prestigious Yellow Medal of Honor for Master Craftsmanship by the Emperor of Japan.