Yuki Kiln is the place of five minutes' walk from the Kokubunji station, JR Chuo Line. It is a quiet residential area and located near central of Tokyo. Once entering from the boulevard into narrow road, you can see the waving curtain written "Toko Yukigama" makes us relaxed. The electric potter's wheel and the electric kiln are placed neatly in the workplace. HOSHINO was born in Kofu-shi, Yamanashi prefecture. He started making ceramics when he worked for temp agency company since graduated from the university. He has started to be a ceramic artist with being attracted by handmade after quit the job. He studied ceramics under IKAI, Yuichi since he learned at Kyoto-fu College of Potter Technology. Yuki Kiln was established at Kokubunji-shi, Tokyo in 2006. He won several prize at public exhibition and holds solo exhibition actively.
Address : 2-20-12 Higashimotomachi, Kokubunji-shi, Tokyo 185-0022 Japan
His kiln has been built in Tokyo, and he developed his original style of "Neritsugi"". He won a prize in vairous public exhibition, including the Japan Traditional Art Crafts exhibition.