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Hamada, Shojilocked


Japanese, 20th century, male.

Born c. 1894, in Takatsu; died 5 January 1977, in Mashiko, near Tokyo.


Hamada Shoji originally wanted to become a painter, but after visiting an exhibition of works by Tomimoto Kenkichi, decided to become a ceramist. He began studying at the technical college in Tokyo in ...

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