This pottery class is located in the Shigaraki Kumoi forest.
In the spring, the mountain azaleas are in full bloom, and in the fall, the leaves are changing colors, making this a cozy classroom surrounded by the sense of the seasons.
Hide Fujimoto, a traditional artisan, gently and carefully instructs students in everything from basic hand-building to advanced pottery making techniques.
Beyond the Studio Window
The fruits of the oldham blueberry have ripened to red.
Work in progress using a hand-cranked potter's wheel.
Building a kiln
Ideal weather for drying
Cross the creek to the classroom.
I'll be waiting for you.
This is a meeting of friends who enjoy pottery at the studio and gallery of Shigaraki ware traditional artisan Hide Fujimoto.
October 7 (Fri.) 9:00 am. ～
Pack in a kiln
Friday, October 14, 6:00 am. - Monday, October 17, 6:00 pm.
Firing a kiln with a pine tree
Saturday, October 22, am. 9:00 ～
Take out of the kiln
Maki Shigaraki-cho Koka-shi Shiga Japan
●More than 10 people（All ages and experience are welcome）
People who want to bake their own products in anagama kilns.
（280 bundle of firewood, kiln fee, instruction fee, clay fee, etc.）
For any other questions, please email us.
Shigaraki ware pot in half, look, a pretty bra!
Shigaraki clay is high quality and shiny.
The Shigaraki jar is in love with Saturn.