If the mark of being a legend is that people tell unconfirmed stories about you, then Takayuki Watanabe is definitely it. He lives somewhere in rural Japan, wood fires his own pieces only twice a year, and maybe sells them on the street once in a while from a rolling cart?
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If the mark of being a legend is that people tell unconfirmed stories about you, then Takayuki Watanabe is definitely it. He lives somewhere in rural Japan, wood fires his own pieces only twice a year, and maybe sells them on the street once in a while from a rolling cart?