Born in Saga, a ceramic village where the kilns of Arita, Karatsu, and Imari are lined up.
When I was working at a newspaper company, I started pottery for refreshment, and when I found time, I made vessels for home use.
After getting married, I've been busy raising children and working, and every day I tell my children to be honest with their feelings and to cherish what they like.
It took me several years to face that it was actually a word for myself, and I relearned pottery for four years.
As you come into contact with the soil, your deep joy, passion for expression, and a sense of living yourself become more certain and become a lifework.
Currently working in a nature-rich atelier in Isumi City, Chiba Prefecture.
In 2010, stayed at the Christiane Perrochon mansion in Tuscany, Italy. I will be taken care of by the workshop.
The view from the atelier on the mountaintop surrounded by olive groves is a beautiful work born from inspiration from a picturesque and natural environment.
Every day, she enjoys dining with her family and friends, cherishes her daily life, and gently snuggles up to her vessels.
It has become one of the important sources of inspiration for his subsequent activities as Junclay.
From everyday life surrounded by nature, we receive the best essence for pottery every day and head to the soil.