Yuko Hayashi


I was impressed by the techniques used for Japanese confectionery, so I developed my own technique to cut clay with scissors, which I call “clay clipping,” and used that technique to create this art object. I created this unique Daruma doll by painting glazes one color at a time trying to use pop-art coloration and remaining aware of the negative space to make a colorful Japanese-type design.

¥ 880,000

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Dia 15 × H 13 cm
weight: 1.55kg

Dia 5.91 × H 5.12 in
weight: 3.42 lbs
Yuko Hayashi

Yuko Hayashi

Yuko Hayashi is the fourth generation of the Koson Kiln located on Chawanzaka in the Higashiyama Ward of Kyoto City. She developed unique methods to produce her work based on the methods used to make Japanese confectionery. Her work has been highly praised both in Japan and overseas. Her original, warm white color is also very attractive.