Yohen Tenmoku tea bowl（曜変天目茶碗） was made during the Southern Song Dynasty (12th to 13th centuries).
Currently, there are only three bowls in Japan, all of which are designated as national treasures.
Many potters have tried to recreate Yohen Tenmoku.
Takemi Seto（瀬戸 毅己） is one of the potters trying to recreate Yohen Tenmoku.
This site is the official site of Azisaikama, the workshop of Takemi Seto（瀬戸 毅己）.
This site introduces the works of Takemi Seto（瀬戸 毅己） and the exhibitions.
※This web page or Azisaikama workshop does not sell Takemi Seto's（瀬戸 毅己） works.
You can purchase works at each exhibition at the gallery or department store.Takemi Seto（瀬戸 毅己）
'58 Born in Odawara City, Kanagawa Prefecture.
'81 Graduated from Tokyo Zokei University, Department of Sculpture
'82 Aichi Prefectural Ceramics Training School Training
* Around this time, started researching Shino.
'92 -'05 Lecturer at Toita Women's College
* Around this time, started researching Kiseto.
'96 -'03 Solo exhibition at Fujisawa LNOFS (Jakuan) every year
* Around this time, started researching celadon and Tenmoku.
'02 Yohen Tenmoku was published in the October 19th of the Nihon Keizai Shimbun
'04 -Solo exhibition at Keio Department Store Shinjuku 6F Arts and Craft Salon
’05 Yohen Tenmoku was published in "HONOHO GEIJUTSU" No81
’07 Yohen Tenmoku was published in Asahi Shimbun June 17, 2007
'08 -Solo exhibition at Odawara Gallery Sora
'09,11,14,16,18,20 Solo exhibition at Yokohama Takashimaya
'17 Yohen Tenmoku was published in "HONOHO GEIJUTSU" No131
'18 '19 Solo exhibition at Shibuya Kuroda Toen
‘19 Yohen Tenmoku was published in separate volume "HONOHO GEIJUTSU", Special feature "Tenmoku 〜The universe of the palm〜"
'20 Tenmoku Exhibition at The Museum of Oriental Ceramics, Osaka.
※Currently a member of the Oriental Ceramic Society