23499 人間国宝 三浦小平二 (Celadon cup) MIURA Koheiji
Born in Sado's unnamed pottery pottery, he studied sculpture at Tokyo University of the Arts and learned the traditional techniques of celadon under the living national treasure [Hajime Kato]. Celadon porcelain, which was strongly influenced by the Chinese Southern Song Kiln, has gained a high reputation worldwide. Even in Japan, the masterpiece [Miura Koheiji] is a masterpiece that has been honored as a living national treasure of "Celadon", with brilliant achievements such as the Ministry of Education Prize winner of the Japan Traditional Crafts Exhibition selected as a purchase work by the Agency for Cultural Affairs. It is a work that fully fills the artistry of Mr. Kodaira Miura, who sublimated the Nan Song Kiln in modern times. There is MK mark of later work.