Yui Tsujimura (b 1975) is the elder of two sons of one of the most sought-after potters in Japans, Shiro Tsujimura. He and his brother learned the ceramic fundamentals and discipline from their father. Over the years, they grew and developed their paths. Yui Tsujimura focuses on mastering a traditional technique using unglazed stoneware from early medieval Sue ware, which uses feldspar-rich clay from Shigaraki and Iga. He is known for his elegant use of natural ash glaze. Blown ash forms green and blue markings appear like crystals in a cave. He has been featured and collected in numerous museums and institutions, such as the Metropolitan Museum of Art and Lucy Lacoste Gallery in Concord, Massachusetts.