Ikutoen pottery works
330 years of tradition
Located right in the Tsuboya district, Ikutoen has been making local Tsuboya-yaki ceramics for more than three centuries. All pieces are made by experienced artisans from clay and glaze prepared by hand.
The Arakusa senbori series all feature unique, hand-carved decorations. Equally remarkable are the shisa lions made in the authentic style of the flate master Takaesu Ikuo.
It is also possible to see the potters at work.
|Company name||Ikutoen Ltd.|
|Street address||〒 902-0065 Naha Tsuboya 1-22-33|
The shop is only a short walk from the Tsuboya Pottery Museum, on Tsuboya Yachimun St (on the left side of the street from the museum).
15-minute walk from Makishi Station.
Cups: from ￥3,000+taxes
Shisa lions: from ￥3,600+taxes
|Home page URL||http://www.ikutouen.com/|
|method of payment||
Other credit cards
Parking available (free)
There is pay parking nearby
|Closed||New Year's Day|
Overseas shipping possible
Domestic shipping possible