Few Japanese ceramic artists have stamped their visions into clay as eloquently as Yoshiro Kimura.

Seduced by the Aegean Sea many years ago, Kimura was possessed by the desire to put the sea’s cerulean hue into his exquisite ceramic forms. You can see the magical results at Shinjuku Park Tower’s first-floor gallery through Sept. 30.

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