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Kazuya Furutani  / 古谷和也  

 
  2019 Received Newcomer Encouragement Award at 'Exhibition for Japanese Traditional Crafts, Kinki'.
  2015 Received Syumei Cultural Foundation Gold Prize.
  2014 Solo exhibition at Takashimaya Department Store, Osaka (every other year afterwards).
  2013 Solo exhibition at Mitsukoshi Department Store, Nagoya (every other year afterwards).
  2009 Solo exhibition at Aso Bijutsu Gallery, Tokyo (every other year afterwards).
  2007 Solo exhibition at Mitsukoshi Department Store, Sapper (every other year afterwards).
  2006 Built Anagama kiln.
  2005 Built Anagama kiln.
  2004 Solo exhibition at Gallery Dojima, Osaka (every other year afterwards).
Solo exhibition at Ginza Kuroda Touen, Tokyo (every other year afterwards).
  2003 Selected for the 'Exhibition for Japanese Traditional Crafts, Kinki'.
Solo exhibition at Tobu Department Store, Tokyo (every year afterwards)'.
  2002 Built Anagama kiln.
  1998 Graduated Kyoto Prefectural Ceramics Technical School.
Apprenticed to father, Michio Furutani
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  1997 Graduated Yamaguchi College of Arts.
  1995 Graduated Design Department of Shigaraki High School.
  1976 Born in Shigaraki.
 

 
 

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