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Kazuko Mitsushima

the glass jewelry and art


The beauty of the momentary movement of the glass that flows out as if you were willing

Kazuko Mitsushima stays in the shape of a small piece of jewelry.


The choice is always clean, modern and simple.

The small glass objects are fresh and fresh

When you wear it, it gives off a stunning glow.


Mr. A who passed away last year.

She was a woman who survived that life dignifiedly and beautifully.

Whenever she saw her, she wore Mitsushima's ring, which was very suitable for her.

The former Lord who was equal to the power of the work.


The power of the work gives energy to the person who always wears it. I'm sure she felt that way too.

And now the ring is with me.


The beautiful transparent gravel of Hikari may be the beauty of the flow of life itself ...

Beautiful creature-like glass jewelry

It makes me feel the importance of living dignifiedly more than being decorated.


Small but beautiful and strong works in the shape of the will of glass.

I hope you can pick it up, wear it, and feel it.

Nao Masaki


Kazuko Mitsushima Kazuko Mitsushima

After studying metal engraving, he refined his blown glass production techniques in various places such as the Pilchuck Glass School in Seattle and established his own style.

Awarded at international jewelry exhibitions and Japanese craft exhibitions. The collection is also in overseas museums .

Even now, after 30 years of continuous presentations at home and abroad, he continues to pursue his unique sensibility with high technology and expressiveness, and is always active on the front lines.

<Major exhibitions in recent years>

1995 Contemporary Jury Exhibition National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo

1996 Design Competition '9 6 Hainan Encouragement Award

1998 “Jewelry Moves” Scottish National Gallery, Edinburgh /   New Glass Review 19 Corning Museum of Glass, New York

2000 “SELECTION2000” Essen Design Center Germany

2001 “Contemporary Japanese Jewelry” Crafts Council London

2007 “Jewelry Now and Transformation Objects” The National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo

2008 “Glass Wear” Schmuck Museum, Germany

2009 “Glass Wear” Museum of Arts & Design New York, etc.


<Main collections> Scottish National Gallery, Edinburgh, etc.


At gallery feel art zero (currently Gallery NAO MASAKI)

<Solo exhibition>

2011 "in & on"  

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