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・MATSUI learned ceramic under MORINO, Kako in Kyoto and activity related to pottery started there.
・That experience lets him to create wide variety of ceramic like kinsai, ginsai, nerikomi and other things.
・His arts was offered to the Ise-jingu Shrine where it's conducted to pray for the Imperial family, the peace on earth, and the huge harvest.
・Teaching students is such a huge contribution that it helps them get an increased ability to make ceramics.
・He received the Okayama prefectural Important Intangible Cultural Asset in 1996.
- Arao-shi, Kumamoto prefecture in 1931
- Kyoto Ceramics Research Institute (- 1950)
- 2048 Nishikatakami, Bizen-shi, Okayama Japan 705-0021
- Japan Kogei Association
TOBI, the Ceramic Art Society of Japan
Okayama prefectural Intangible Cultural Asset as a holder of Bizen Ware
- The KANESHIGE, Toyo prize (1980)
The Okayama prefectural culture prize (1982, 1999, 2000)
The Sanyo Newspaer culture service prize (1989)
The Okayama prefectural Miki anniversary prize (2010)
and many more
- The Japan Traditional Kogei Exhibition, The Chugoku branch Exhibition of the Japan Traditional Kogei, The Japan Ceramic Art Exhibition and other exhibitions