Touch, see and feel the tradition
Who hasn't played in the mud as a child? Our pottery workshops are the continuation of that.
With its narrow streets, cobbled walls and red-tiled roofs, the Tsuboya area still retains the atmosphere of old Naha.
Craft your own shisa lion, or throw some clay on a wheel in the birthplace of the Tsuboya-yaki style.
|Company name||Ikutoen Co., Ltd|
|Street address||〒 902-0065 Naha Tsuboya 1-22-33|
Park your car near the Ikutoen pottery shop (200m from the Naha Municipal Tsuboya pottery Museum on Yachimun Street), and ask the shop staff.
15-minute walk from Makishi station.
Shisa lion workshop: ￥3,000 + taxes (60~90 minutes)
- figurine, wall hanging, or plate
Wheel workshop ￥3,000 + taxes (30 minutes)
- Cup, bowl etc...
|Home page URL||https://www.ikutouen.com/yachimun-dojo/|
|method of payment||
Other credit cards
Paid Parking available
There is pay parking nearby
Parking is limited. Confirm availability with staff.
|Handicap accessible||Service Dogs allowed|
|Rewards and discounts||
-10% for groups of 10 people and more.
|Business hours||Open 10:00~17:00 (workshops start at fixed hours)|
|Closed||New Year's Day|