Noa Hanyu
Ibaraki — Japan
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Noa Hanyu is a Japanese artist who works mainly with wood and steel to develop furniture pieces and objects, all made by hand in his studio in Ibaraki, Japan.

The material stands out in Noa's creations, and together with his techniques of woodcarving, brings a unique appearance to his work.
Trained as an industrial designer, Noa’s artistic talent for woodworking stood out when he began winning craft competitions in Japan.
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Noa Hanyu

Born 1965
Based in Ibaraki — Japan
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Tama Art University — Tokyo, Japan
1989 — Graduation
Japan Crafts Exhibition — Tokyo, Japan
1995 — Encouragement Award
Japan Crafts Exhibition — Tokyo, Japan
1996 — Invitee Artist, Grand Prize
Craft Competition — Takaoka, Japan
1996 — Grand Prize
Craft Competition — Takaoka, Japan
1998 — Invitee Artist
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