Tosaiga

Tosaiga ceramic painting is an art form unlike any other.

Reinventing the sensibilies of historic Arita porcelain art, these works have enabled unique color expression after 30 years of research on the glazing process. Artist Kazuhisa Kusaba's design theme of "Inochi (Life)" is expressed on ceramic in a work that shines forever without fading.

Replicable image

Embosslitograph

Embosslitograph

Digital silk screen

Digital silk screen

Gikure

Gikure

Glow, texture, stereoscopic feeling, glossy, color, which is the attraction of a Tosaiga ceramic painting, ...

It is an extremely difficult task to completely reproduce every charm of Tosaiga ceramic paintings. Even so, these replicas are made using the latest technology, with the desire to have more people enjoy works closer to the original at a more affordable price. The embossed lithograph, digital screen, and giclée each have their own taste and characteristics, and each one is carefully created under the supervision of artist Kazuhisa Kusaba.

<p>Watch the video for an introduction into the world of Kazuhisa Kusaba's Tosaiga ceramic paintings.</p>

Watch the video for an introduction into the world of Kazuhisa Kusaba's Tosaiga ceramic paintings.

Goods

Kannon Card Card Set, Ogami Card Set

These card sets include some of Kazuhisa Kusaba's most proud and especially popular original designs.
As a collection, they include both "impressive" and "worthwhile reading" cards.

Card set list

Post card set

Popular Tosaiga painting works on originally produced cards and postcards. Add words to send to your loved ones. Have it framed and put in your favorite place. We have many historic works made into cards.

Postcard set list
Kazuhisa Kusaba

Tosaiga ceramic painter

Kazuhisa Kusaba

Kazuhisa Kusaba

Born in Saga prefecture in 1960.
he established the technique of Tosaiga ceramic painting, which expresses colors by repeating the process of painting and placing in a kiln more than ten times.
He also writes the picture book series "Inochi no Matsuri (Festival of Life)", which is used in textbooks for Japanese elementary "morals" classes..

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