1900 (Meiji 33) February 14, born in Tsuruga (敦賀), Japan
She is the wife of the AKAZAWA Roseki II (Shuzo Akazawa) and the Roseki IV (Seichu Akazawa) is his grandson.
Studied under the predecessor Roseki II, immersed in Kochi ware (交趾焼) research for many years, mastered techniques, mainly devoted to making tea pottery.
She married in Kyoto with Shuzo AKAZAWA Roseki II and studied the tea ceremony with Urasenke (裏千家) Kanazawa Sōi (金澤宗為）.
In 1976, after the death of Syuzo Akazawa Roseki II, she succeeded to the name of Akazawa Roseki III, the third generation of Kochi-yaki (交趾焼) pottery.
1976 Akazawa Roseki III recommended as a full member of the Kyoto Traditional Ceramic Artists Association
1988 She retired as Akazawa Roseki IV to her grandson, Seichu Akazawa.
1993 April 15 She passed away in Kyoto at the age of 93 (Kyonen 94)
Member of Kyoto Traditional Ceramic Artists Association
1920 October Selected for the 8th Ministry of Agriculture and Commerce Crafts Exhibition for the first time Planned and made by Akazawa Seiha (静波)
1921 September Selected for the 9th Ministry of Agriculture and Commerce Crafts Exhibition Designed and made by Akazawa Seiha (静波)
1924 September 1924 Selected for the 11th Ministry of Agriculture and Commerce Crafts Exhibition Designed by Akazawa Seiha (静波), made by Akazawa Syuzo (Roseki II)
1977 Kyoto Traditional Ceramic Artists Association Exhibition Osaka Takashimaya Art Gallery (Okayama – Kyoto – Tokyo Tour)
Since then, she has been exhibiting at the Kyoto Traditional Ceramic Artists Association Exhibition Kyoto, Tokyo Takashimaya Art Gallery and the Kyoto Traditional Ceramic Artist Chishinkai Exhibition, Osaka Takashimaya Art Gallery every year.
1979 20th Anniversary Commemorative Traditional Ceramic Art Exhibition, Tokyo Art Club
1984 25th Anniversary Commemorative Traditional Ceramic Art Exhibition, Kyoto Prefectural Archives, Tokyo Seibu Department Store Art Forum