Pottery

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The history of pottery in Kyoto goes back over 1200 years ago.
In the Nara period, the monk Gyoki built a furnace in the Seikan Temple (Higashiyama District) and produced earthenware. The remains of this are now called Chawansaka (Rice Bowl Hill).

In the Kyoto Handicraft Center, we offer a wide variety of goods, ranging from Kiyomizu Pottery to Arita Pottery. We sell these pieces in the "Japan's Finest" section of the store on the 2nd floor.
Pottery
  • Woodblock Prints
    Woodblock Prints

    Woodblock Prints
  • Ornamental Swords
    Ornamental Swords

    Ornamental Swords
  • Japanese Dolls
    Japanese Dolls

    Japanese Dolls
  • Damascene
    Damascene

    Damascene
  • Pearls
    Pearls

    Pearls
  • Pottery
    Pottery

    Pottery
  • Nanbu Ironware
    Nanbu Ironware

     Nanbu Ironware
  • Kimonos and Yukatas
    Kimonos and Yukatas

     Kimonos and Yukatas
  • Kanazawa Gold Leaf
    Kanazawa Gold Leaf

    Kanazawa Gold Leaf
  • Wood Parquetry
    Wood Parquetry

    Wood Parquetry
  • Lacquer-Ware, Pottery and Boxes
    Lacquer-Ware, Pottery and Boxes

    Lacquer-Ware, Pottery and Boxes
  • Japanese Miscellaneous Goods
    Hand Towels and Textiles

    Japanese Miscellaneous Goods
  • Japanese Cosmetics
    Japanese Cosmetics

    Japanese Cosmetics
  • Miscellaneous Art
    Miscellaneous Art

    Miscellaneous Art
  • KATAZOME Washi paper and Goods
    WAMODAN

    KATAZOME Washi paper and Goods
  • Japanese Tea and Sake
    cha-coffee

     Japanese Tea and Sake
  • T-Shirts
    T-Shirts

    T-Shirts
  • Kyoto Sweets and Cakes
    Sweets, Food and Alcohol

    Kyoto Sweets and Cakes
  • Books
    BOOKS

    Books
  • Japanese Souvenirs
    Japanese Souvenirs

    Japanese Souvenirs
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