Kazuhiko Kudo, a Japanese potter in Hokkaido

His work starts with digging clay by himself. When he moved to Hokkaido back in 1993, he found that naturally-occurring clay existed in a neighboring village. The clay was originally yellow sand flown from Siberia 45 thousand years ago, and was a soil of 200 million years old. Read more on : https://washoku.guide/to/2016/09/kazuhiko-kudo-a-pioneer-potter-in-the-northern-front-of-japan/

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