Industrial Tourism in Japan
At Tsukamoto, we have been making ceramic works of the Mashiko Yaki school since 1864.
Our facilities stand on vast premises surrounded by nature, including a kiosk, gallery, restaurant, ceramic experience workshop, Mashiko Yaki studio, kilns, and memorial museum. Some facilities are historic buildings. There, we welcome visitors to see and experience all the beauty of our own brand of ceramic works, "Rihei," and many other works of Mashiko Yaki.
Tsukamoto Co., Ltd.
4264 Mashiko, Mashiko-machi, Haga-gun, Tochigi Prefecture 321-4217
7 minutes' drive from Mashiko railroad station
|Admission fee||Following are the prices for making Pottery ¥2700- or more , Painting ¥500- or more , Hand twist ¥1400- or more|
|Working days and hours||9:00 - 17:00|
|Closings||On New Year's Eve & New Year day, every Thursday & every alternate Wednesday.|
|Time required for a tour||45 - 90min|
The Mashiko Yaki studio is closed on: Every Thursday, every other Wednesday, and year-end and new year holidays
・We advise you to come to our facilities ahead of schedule, since our reception is often packed with visitors.
・Please dress casually when you join our workshop(s). If possible, please bring your own apron, towels, etc.
・Long fingernails can disturb your work with clay.