AN INTRODUCTION TO THE POTTERS

There are about 70 pottery studios in the Karatsu area. From emerging artists to artists famous throughout Japan, each apply their own unique style and approach to their ceramic art.

The studio and kiln are the roots of the potter, and a way of life. The pots they create not just simple pots. When you observe the potter's approach to life and art, the pottery takes on a life of its own.

The appeal of Karatsu ware can be found in its artists.
The appeal of Karatsu ware, see for yourself.

  • Akamizugama

    Akamizugama

    Introduction
  • Ayagama

    Ayagama

    Introduction
  • Ikisagama

    Ikisagama

    Introduction
  • O-ameyagama

    O-ameyagama

    Introduction


  • Osugisarayagama

    Osugisarayagama

    Introduction
  • Kazugama

    Kazugama

    Introduction
  • Kawakami Kiyomi Tobo

    Kawakami Kiyomi Tobo

    Introduction
  • Kannegama

    Kannegama

    Introduction


  • Kishidakegama Sankian

    Kishidakegama Sankian

    Introduction
  • Kitagama

    Kitagama

    Introduction
  • Kitahatagama

    Kitahatagama

    Introduction
  • Jiku Gama

    Jiku Gama

    Introduction


  • Kyouzangama

    Kyouzangama

    Introduction
  • Keikagama

    Keikagama

    Introduction
  • Keizembogama

    Keizembogama

    Introduction
  • Gengengama

    Gengengama

    Introduction


  • Kentarogama

    Kentarogama

    Introduction
  • Potter studio Ryuseki

    Potter studio Ryuseki

    Introduction
  • Kosugigama

    Kosugigama

    Introduction
  • Sakureigama

    Sakureigama

    Introduction


  • Sazangama

    Sazangama

    Introduction
  • Sashiyamagama

    Sashiyamagama

    Introduction
  • Sanrigama

    Sanrigama

    Introduction
  • Shiawasetobo Sena

    Shiawasetobo Sena

    Introduction


  • Shoenjigama

    Shoenjigama

    Introduction
  • Suganotanigama

    Suganotanigama

    Introduction
  • Sugitanigama Ichuan

    Sugitanigama Ichuan

    Introduction
  • Sougengama

    Sougengama

    Introduction


  • Taiko Sannomarugama

    Taiko Sannomarugama

    Introduction
  • Chinzeigama

    Chinzeigama

    Introduction
  • Tenpyougama

    Tenpyougama

    Introduction
  • Togengama

    Togengama

    Introduction


  • Tsuchinoibuki

    Tsuchinoibuki

    Introduction
  • Tofugama

    Tofugama

    Introduction
  • Toubou Sora

    Toubou Sora

    Introduction
  • Torigama

    Torigama

    Introduction


  • Tonoyamagama

    Tonoyamagama

    Introduction
  • Doheigama

    Doheigama

    Introduction
  • Torisugama

    Torisugama

    Introduction
  • Nakagawa jinenbogama

    Nakagawa
    jinenbogama

    Introduction


  • Nakazato Tarouemon Tobo

    Nakazato Tarouemon Tobo

    Introduction
  • Nakanotsujigama

    Nakanotsujigama

    Introduction
  • Nakanotouchigama

    Nakanotouchigama

    Introduction
  • Namisegama

    Namisegama

    Introduction


  • Hinatagama

    Hinatagama

    Introduction
  • Bochugama

    Bochugama

    Introduction
  • Homurakobo

    Homurakobo

    Introduction
  • Mitoh gama

    Mitoh gama

    Introduction


  • Monohanako

    Monohanako

    Introduction
  • Yatokogama

    Yatokogama

    Introduction
  • Yamasegama

    Yamasegama

    Introduction
  • Yukikogama

    Yukikogama

    Introduction


  • Ryujingama

    Ryujingama

    Introduction
  • Ryutagama

    Ryutagama

    Introduction
  • Ryudogama Garakubo

    Ryudogama Garakubo

    Introduction
  • Ryufukujigama

    Ryufukujigama

    Introduction


  • Gotanbayashi Kama

    Gotanbayashi Kama

    Introduction



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