Born in Shizuoka, Japan, 1968
Lives and works in Chiba, Japan
Mending, Guillemets Layout Studio, Tokyo, Japan
A New Scenery, Bouun, Fukuoka, Japan
Kazunori Hamana in collaboration with Yukiko Kuroda, Blum & Poe, Los Angeles, CA
Tracing the Roots, Tokyo, Japan
Amélie Maison d’art, Paris, France
At The Noyes House Blum & Poe, Mendes Wood DM and Object & Thing, The Eliot Noyes House, New Canaan, CT
5,471 miles, Blum & Poe, Tokyo, Japan
Restore: A Kintsugi Woman and an Ikebana Woman, Karin-so, Chiba, Japan
Repairing Vessels, Isetan Art Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
Vessels and Repairing, Gallery M2, Kochi, Japan
Kemske, Bonnie. Kintsugi: The Poetic Mend. London: Herbert Press, 2021.
Articles and Reviews
Alphonso, Sharon. “10 Japan-based Contemporary Ceramic Artists You Need to Know.” TokyoWeekender, December 23, 2022.
Hall, Kenji. "Blemished Beauties." Crafts (Autumn/Winter 2022): 98–113.
Françoise, Muriel. "L'appel du large." Milk Decoration (Spring 2022): 44–51.
Kirshner, Hannah. “On Japan’s Pacific Coast, an Artist Communes with Nature.” NYTimes.com, December 3, 2021.
Mitchell, Rory. “Bold, Bulbous, and Irregular: The Ceramics of Kazunori Hamana.” Ocula.com, October 23, 2021.