Shinkotoyo Kiln, Isokichi Asakura
Shinkotoyo Kiln, Isokichi Asakura is a historical pottery that has inherited color expression and traditional techniques for three generations since the Taisho era. You can choose the base material for ornaments and tableware produced in Kagahachiman, Komatsu City, and finish with paintings.
Date and time: September 20, 2020 (11:00 – 13:00)
Fee : 10,000 yen (tax included)
Capacity: 5 people (min. 2 people)
Experience time : 120 minutes
Application deadline : 7 days before the date of the event
Cancellation deadline : up to 3 days before the date of the event
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Includes coffee or green tea. Shipping will be charged separately.
This kiln is a workshop specializing in various techniques for both the base ceramics and the decoration. In the early Taisho era, Isokichi Asakura became the first generation by founding a workshop for creating base ceramics in Komatsu. Of the next generation, Yosaku Asakura established a particular color expression that would be called “Asakura Coloring” and created a unique interpretation of the subject matter through engraved patterns on the base material. Today, Tomonari Asakura, a third generation craftsman of the kiln, is working to create memorable works for modern lifestyles by expanding further on the range of expressions inherited from his predecessors.
Tel : 0761-47-0051
Business Hours : appointments
Closed : appointment
Access : 50-1 Yawatami, Komatsu, Ishikawa 923-0833
Airplane : About 16 minutes by car from Komatsu Airport.
Train : 11 minutes by car from JR Komatsu Station, east exit.
Parking : 5 cars
No longer on sale