Masamichi Yoshikawa’s colours are linked to memories, he calls the blue drawings in porcelain his diary. The glaze, the seihakuji glaze, reminiscent of a cloudless sky or the colour of a glacier, moves on the object, it melts and floats downwards until the artist cries halt by finishing the firing. They are everywhere but not always visible, sometimes they are even on the bottom of the piece. Through these drawings his works are linked to time. They are vessels that bear stories and traces of the artist.