which one is better?
I think that the beauty of the blue background is better in the upper part, and the condition of the leaves and the tightness of the black background are better in the lower part. . .
Recently, I have been interacting more with my neighbors.
It’s fun to be with interesting people.
It’s getting cold in the Kyomachiya.
Time passes quickly.
Two years have passed since I came to Kyoto.
Since I came to Kyoto, I often go to art museums not only to see temples and Buddhist statues, but also to see works of art. There are opportunities to go to the same place many times and see the same work many times. There are many things that I notice again each time. Even the same thing can give a different impression depending on how it is displayed, the time of day, and various small differences. Of course, it also depends on our age and mental state. I went to the Kyoto National Museum with my French friend. We went to see the tea ceremony exhibition. I felt that the exhibition place for Kizaemon should be on the first floor. The atmosphere was not very good. Unohanagaki’s exhibit was great. I thought it was the best exhibit I’ve ever seen.
The next day, we went to the Raku Museum. It was a wonderful presentation on the theme of tradition and innovation. I felt that the theme of “Transcending” was also important, and the content was good. Of all the artists, the first generation Chojiro is the person I respect the most. I also love the 15th generation. An aspiring ceramist should not miss such an opportunity. There will be many discoveries that cannot be obtained on the Internet. You should actually see the real thing with your own eyes.
There are no boundaries in the hobby world.
In the world of various hobbies, collectors are interacting internationally.
Recently, an American customer visited us. He will walks to Tokyo on the Nakasendo.
Then a French friend visited us.
I had a great time.
merci beaucoup !
There are many foreigners in the streets of Kyoto.
The situation seems to be improving little by little, partly due to the effects of the weaker yen…