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Mitsuhiko Hasebe

Japanese ceramicist. In 1904 he entered the design department of the Tokyo Bijutsu Gakkō (Tokyo School of Art; now Tokyo University of Fine Arts & Music) and specialized in architecture and interior design. In 1908, after presenting his graduation project early, he went to study at the Central School of Art in London. During his stay he studied the work of William Morris and the collections of the Victoria and Albert Museum, South Kensington. In ...