Kamayu Mitsuhashi (real name: Hajime Mitsuhashi) Born in 1980 in Kamakura.
A lineage of Buddhist sculptors that has continued since the Kamakura period. In 2000, he studied under his father, Kanrei Mitsuhashi.
In 2010, he received the name "Kamayu" from Kenchoji Yoshida Roshi.
In addition, he is reviving the ``Kamakura carving as tea utensils'' established by his ancestors, and is also involved in the production of tools for each master of the tea ceremony, such as Omotesenke.
While focusing on the production of Buddhist altar fittings and tea ceremony utensils, he is also sending out works that are in line with modern sensibilities to the world.
works for sale
Ohama paper, ink mineral pigment, wooden frame
Size: H600 x W500
You can see the works at Park Hotel Tokyo 31F shop or 31F Corridor Gallery.
Please feel free to stop by and contact us.