Kenji Honma

Born in Tokyo as the second son of lacquer artist Yukio Honma, woodturning artist Kenji Honma completed his first apprenticeship under Eiho Tsuji in 1997. Appointed as head of the OGIBO workshop in Hitachi Omiya in 2001, he trained under the tutelage of Haro Sato from the Japanese Urushi Tapping Preservation Society.

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Contours of Past
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WA-RI-KI 2018 Four-Tiered Box
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Five-Tiered Box of Japanese Big Leaf Magnolia
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WA-RI-KI Tea Container
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Contours of Past 2021
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WA-RI-KI 2207
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WA-RI-KI 2205
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WA-RI-KI 2204
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WA-RI-KI 2211
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Record 2222
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WA-RI-KI 2221 Five-Tiered Box
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Breaking Composition #18
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Peace
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Tanka Topology Form, Mizusashi
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Stone Lattice #2
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Sei Wo Haramu (Filling With Silence)
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Silhouette Chou
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Flower Stand
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Still Life 'Green Wall and Cracking Vase'
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