8.3 Φ76 cm
3 ¼ Φ30 inches
Item Number:C19583
Yohen Oribe Large Plate
29.5 Φ 20.2cm
11 2/4 Φ8 inch
Item Number:C19584
Yohen Ash Glaze Heishi Sake Jar
H28.5 Φ18.2 cm
H11 ¼ Φ7 ¼ inch
Item Number:C19585
Yohen Ash Glaze Heishi Sake Jar
H16.4 W7.8 D1 cm
H 6 2/4 W3 D2/4 inch
Item Number:C19586
Yohen Ash Glaze Henko Pot
H17.4 Φ17.6 cm
H6 ¾ Φ 7 inch
Item Number:C19587
Yohen Soda Pot
H22.6 Φ28.3 cm
H9 Φ11 ¼ inch
Item Number:C19588
Yohen Ash Glaze Tsutsugaki Deep Pot
H22.4 Φ22.1 cm
8 4/3 Φ 84/3 inch
Item Number:C19589
Yohen Ash Glaze Water Jar
H9.5 Φ12 cm
H3 ¾ Φ4 ¾ inch
Item Number:C19590
Yohen Shino Chawan
H9.8 Φ11 cm
H3 ¾ Φ4 ¼ inch

Item Number:C19591
Gold Shino Chawan
H9.5 Φ12 cm
H3 ¾ Φ 4 ¾ inch
Item Number:C19592
Yohen Gold Shino Chawan
H8.9 Φ12.2 cm
H3 2/4 Φ4 ¾ inch
Item Number:C19593
Yohen Gold Shino Chawan
H9.7 Φ10.7 cm
3 ¾ Φ4 ¼ inch
Item Number:C19594
Yellow Ash Glaze Seto Chawan
H9.6 Φ12 cm
3 ¾ Φ4 ¾ inch
Item Number:C19595
Mashiko Karatsu Iron-Brushed Chawan
H9.1 Φ11 cm
H3 2/4 Φ4 ¼ inch
Item Number:C19596
Gold Shino Chawan
H8.2 Φ11.4 cm
H3 ¼ Φ4 2/4 inch
Item Number:C19597
Beni Shino Chawan
H10 Φ12.1 cm
H4 Φ 4 ¾ inch
Item Number:C19598
Kurogane(Iron) Shino Chawan
Item Number:C18544AP
Yohen Ash Water Jar

1950  Born in Tokyo -third son of a Japanese painter: Matsuzaki Shuki
1972  Graduated from Tamagawa University, School of Fine Arts, Tokyo, Ceramic Art major
       Began a pottery apprenticeship with Tatsuzo Shimaoka, Mashiko (Tochigi Prefecture)
1977  Built a kiln and established a workshop in Mashiko, where he presently lives and works.
1978  First solo show at Shinjuku Keio Department Store.
         Started exhibiting nationally and internationally.
1993  Modern Japanese Ceramics Exhibition, Elysium Art, New York 
1995  Six Master Potters of the Modern Age Exhibition, Babcock Gallery, New York,
1997  Group Exhibition (along with Shimaoka Tatsuzo, Warren MacKenzie, Randy Johnston), Seibu Department Store, Ikebukuro, Tokyo
2000  Door of the Thousands years Exhibition, Tochigi Prefectural Muesum of Fine Arts, Tochigi
2001  Japan Exhibition at Rufford 2001, Rufford Gallery, Nottinghamshire, England
2002  Tradition Today exhibition Pucker Gallery, Boston, MA
        Workshop, Northern Clay Center, MN
        Emerging Contemporary Japanese Ceramic Artist, Japanese American Cultural and Community Center, LA
2003  “Turning Point: Oribe and the Arts of Sixteenth-Century Japan” Exhibition, the MET, NYC, NY
       Solo Exhibition, Ippodo Gallery Ginza, Tokyo
       Workshop, Wales Cray Art Festival, Wales, UK
       Solo Exhibition, RUTHIN GALLERY, UK
       Workshop, International Ceramics Festival, Wales, UK
2006  Transformation and Use Exhibition, Pucker Gallery, Boston, MA
2007  Thirty Years of a living Tradition Exhibition, Goldmark Gallery, Uppinbham Rutland, UK
2008  Burning Tradition Exhibition, Pucker Gallery, Boston, MA
       "Lake Oswego of Art", Oregon, USA
2010  Exploring the Exquisite Exhibition, Pucker Gallery.Boston.MA
2011  Solo exhibition at Goldmark Gallery, Uppingham.Rutland, UK
2015  Solo Exhibition, Nihon-bashi Mitsukoshi Main Store, Tokyo
2017  Presents “Five Mashiko Potters”, England
      Workshop, Clay College Stoke, England
2018  Solo Exhibition at, Nihon-bashi Mitsukoshi Main Store, Tokyo

Public Collection

Harvard Art Museums, Cambridge, MA
Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, MA
Cleveland Museum of Art, Cleveland, OH
Israel Museum, Jerusalem, Israel
Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, NY
Peabody Essex Museum, Salem, MA
Ticketing Museum of Japanese Art, Haifa, Israel
Victoria and Albert Museum, London, United Kingdom
Philadelphia Museum of Art
Museum of The City of Landshut in Germany (Rudolf Strasser Collection)

Tochigi Prefectural Museum, Tochigi
Mashiko Ceramics Museum, Tochigi
Aizawa Museum, Niigata