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From 12th July 2021
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Arita ware traces its history to the beginning of the Edo period (1603–1867) when the Korean potter Yi Sam-pyeong discovered valuable porcelain clay at Izumiyama. He became known as the father of Arita ware.
If you wish to keep your work from the pottery lesson, shipping will take two months (extra fees required; please pay on-site)
Taxi transportation is included only for the section from Kyushu Ceramic Museum to Izumiyama.
The activity is open to guests aged 7 or older
Children aged 0–6 may accompany guests for free
10:00 Meet your guide at Arita Station; head for the Kyushu Ceramic Museum
10:10-10:40 Visit the Kyushu Ceramic Museum
10:50 See Izumiyama Quarry, the large ginkgo tree of Izumiyama,
Tonbai Walls, Arita-kan, and Tozan Shrine
12:30-14:45 Lunch at Arita Porcelain Lab
14:00-14:40 Visit Imaemon Kiln
15:00-16:00 Pottery lesson with Yi Sam-pyeong's descendant at Akaeza Studio
16:15 Return to Arita Station; end of tour
Transports (the section from Kyushu Ceramic Museum to Izumiyama)
Entrance fee to all facilities
Pottery shipping fee