330 years of tradition

Ikutoen pottery works

Ikutoen pottery works

  • Traditional crafts, folk crafts
  • Naha


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
Access 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.
Estimated fee Cups: from ¥3,000+taxes
Shisa lions: from ¥3,600+taxes
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method of payment JCB VISA Master CUP Edy Other credit cards

Parking available Parking available (free) There is pay parking nearby

Business hours 9:30〜18:30
Closed New Year's Day
Delivery service Overseas shipping possible Domestic shipping possible