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Koishiwara ware made in Toho Village, Fukuoka Prefecture


The production of Koishiwara ware began as Fukuoka domain's third feudal lord, Kuroda Mitsuyuki invited potters from Imari to Fukuoka in the 17th century and started a kiln-equipped pottery workshop.

Techniques such as tobikanna and hakeme were brought from Koishiwara to Onta. Thus, Fukuoka's Koishiwara ware and Oita's Onta ware are considered as sister wares.

How about some beautiful dishes with tobikanna and hakeme on your everyday dinner table?




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Thank you very much! Arrived safely and I absolutely love them!!
N.K. from USA

The items shipped intact and perfectly organized. Everything I bought was beyond my expectation and exceptionally high in quality. Thank you so much. I would love to get introduced to more handicrafts by your store.
J.K. from USA


Sharing a photo of your plate - how I add a bit of spark in the self-isolation time :)
C.X. from USA

We have received the goods today, thank you, the items arrive all safely. They are really beautiful, thank you very much! Have a nice weekend!
S.C. from Sweden



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Koishiwara ware
Tobikanna Sansunzara

Size: About Ø10.5xH2.4cm
Material: Pottery

Price: 1,000 JPY

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Koishiwara ware
Hakeme Sansunzara

Size: About Ø10.5xH2.4cm
Material: Pottery

Price: 1,000 JPY

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Koishiwara ware
Tobikanna Mamezara

Size: About Ø10xH2.2cm
Material: Pottery

Price: 1,000 JPY

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Koishiwara ware
Tobikanna Mamekobachi

Size: About Ø8.5xH3.6cm
Material: Pottery

Price: 1,000 JPY

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Koishiwara ware
Hakeme Mamekobachi

Size: About Ø8.5xH3.6cm
Material: Pottery

Price: 1,000 JPY

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Koishiwara ware

Koishiwara ware is pottery traditionally from Koishiwara, Fukuoka Prefecture. The production of Koishiwara ware began as Fukuoka domain's third feudal lord, Mitsuyuki Kuroda invited potters from Imari to Fukuoka in the 17th century. Techniques such as tobikanna and hakeme were brought from Koishiwara to Onta. Thus, Fukuoka's Koishiwara ware and Oita's Onta ware are considered as sister wares.





Koishiwara ware
Plate/Bowl

1,000 JPY




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