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・NONAKA studied ceramic under ONO, Shoji and Hakuko who are masters of Iroe and Kinsai.
・The more selected, he was certified as the Japan Traditional Kogei association member at the young age of 27.
・Two kinds of main works are Tenmoku and Hakuji.
・His works were displayed at the British Museum in 2000 and stored in collection today.
・The Yuteki Tenmoku taa bowl is difficult to make and he says it can be taken once every five years.
・The white yaagsuri design that comes from traditional kimono pattern attracts many people for the elegance.
- Ureshino-cho, Ureshino-shi, Saga prefecture in 1955
- 972 Iwayagawachi-otsu, Ureshino-machi, Ureshino-shi, Saga 843-0304 Japan
- Japan Kogei Association
Saga Ceramic Art Association
- The Mainichi Newspapers Co. prize in the Saga Kenten (1981)
The Minister of Education prize in the Saga Kenten (1983)
The Governor prize in the Nishi-nippon Ceramic Art Exhibition (1986)
- The Japan Traditional Kogei Exhibition, The Exhibition of Traditional Kogei of SEIBU Area in Japan, the Kyushu Yamaguchi Ceramics Exhibition
and other exhibitions