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Kutani Pottery Kosen Kiln

5-3-3 Nomachi, Kanazawa 921-8031, Ishikawa Prefecture
+81 76-241-0902
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Need to plan/ book

We arrived expecting a pottery store and this was a place where you paint your own. It was fairly... read more

Reviewed 10 May 2017
woodstockgalBoston
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Boston
A Good View of How Japanese Pottery is Made

Our tour was conducted by the owner of the Pottery Kiln. He is from a long line of potters and... read more

Reviewed 28 April 2017
Bob D
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Mission Viejo, California
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  • Excellent42%
  • Very good31%
  • Average9%
  • Poor18%
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9 May 2017
“Need to plan/ book”
28 Apr 2017
“A Good View of How Japanese Pottery is Made”
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5-3-3 Nomachi, Kanazawa 921-8031, Ishikawa Prefecture
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+81 76-241-0902
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Reviewed 10 May 2017

We arrived expecting a pottery store and this was a place where you paint your own. It was fairly late in the day and no tour was offered and the pottery painting was not available. If this is of interest to you, note the need...More

Thank woodstockgalBoston
Reviewed 28 April 2017

Our tour was conducted by the owner of the Pottery Kiln. He is from a long line of potters and spoke very clear English. He threw several pots from raw clay including a rice bowl and a sake pitcher. This is a very informative demonstration

Thank Bob D
Reviewed 24 December 2016 via mobile

Our family of four with two teenagers greatly enjoyed your and pottery painting workshop. They ship your kilned pieces back to USA in ~2 months. Good English spoken, super friendly.

Thank HappyChilean
Reviewed 12 November 2015

This is an interesting pottery studio and gallery. This kiln dates back to 1870 and the tour was led by a potter who is the 6th generation in the family business. Interesting and beautiful work on sale for all price ranges (artwork to practical pieces).

Thank Mercury752
Reviewed 12 October 2015

Great place to buy traditional Japanese pottery. First you start with a tutorial on the process of making the pottery from the wheel to the kiln to the artistry to retail. The craftsmanship is quite good. My only negative comment is that the showroom has...More

1  Thank fredhulnick
Reviewed 9 September 2015

Visited here as part of a day tour. Family owned pottery for six generations. We were given a brief rundown of the process and then a demonstration of the making of a cup and a jug. A small shop carries examples of many of the...More

Thank Nmsj1957
Reviewed 15 May 2015 via mobile

Pottery is high quality. Reasonably priced. We had purchased items shipped and everything handled arrived quickly and safely.

1  Thank Douglass S
Reviewed 25 October 2014

Stopped here in route to Kyoto and glad we did. It started with a short video showing an overview of the entire process of producing handmade Kutani ware. This was followed by a visit to see the creation of several ceramic items - a rice...More

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Reviewed 22 January 2017
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Reviewed 14 October 2016 via mobile
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Deniz G
How long does the entire experience take?
17 March 2017|
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Response from HappyChilean | Reviewed this property |
~2 hrs
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