Succession is to communicate the wisdom and technology inherited from our predecessors to future generations. My motto is to sublimate not only to succession but to create itself "tradition".
Born as the second son of Shokoku KANOH III
Graduated from Doshisha University School of Commerce
Kyoto Prefectural Potter Higher Technical College the molding department, the same graduate school completion
Kyoto Municipal Institute of Industrial Research Pottery Department Ceramics and Porcelain Course completion
Studied under Shokoku KANOH III, Group exhibition "Mows may come to earnest - Pottery exhibition" Since then, timely holding
"Doshisha University Clark Memorial" baptismal board, sacrament, lecture table Relief production
Solo exhibition at Takashimaya Kyoto store (also carried out in 2013)
Exhibited at "Kyo-yaki exhibition seeking the new world" (The Museum of Kyoto)
Kyo-yaki technique and beauty inheritance exhibition (Sagawa Art Museum), The use and beauty of Kyo-yaki (Cologne , Germany)
History of Kyo-yaki Exhibition - Succession and Development - (Kyoto Municipal Museum of Art)
"Lucky Fun, Enchanting" Three People Exhibition at Takashimaya Osaka store
Certification of "Certified Craftsman of Kyoto"
Tomoo KANOH's columns(Japanese)
It is a peculiar column to spell at my pace