Make a traditional one-of-a-kind Akahada-Yaki Ceramic in Nara!
There are many types of Japanese Pottery and Akahada-Yaki is one of them.
Akahada-Yaki dates back to 1573 in Nara Prefecture, the origin of the name Akahada comes from Mt. Akahada which literally means "mountain of red clay showing on the surface of a hill".
The Lord of Koriyama Castle, Hidenaga Toyotomi (Hideyoshi Toyotomi's younger brother) invited Yokuro, a master potter from Tokoname Pottery to start producing pottery to cater to the tea ceremonies.
It was one of the seven kilns favored by the tea master Kobori Enshu.
Akahada-Yaki is most known for it's simplistic beauty.
|Experience||Akahada-Yaki Ceramics Experience includes creating your own designs on either a rice bowl, Japanese tea cup, plate or vase.|
|Duration||60 to 90 minutes|
|Minimum Number of Participants||10 or more|
|Transportation||Bus pick-up available (additional cost)|
|Additional Notes||It's possible that your clothing may get dirty so we recommend dressing accordingly.|
|Remarks||Availability and Price Upon Request|
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|Contact||Terakoya of Japan[Contact: Yoshida]|
|Address||1-10-9 Imai-cho , Kashihara city , Nara|
Guidance of Kashihara City and nearby hotels and B&B's also available.