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SHUNZAN-GAMA
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Holiday Saturdays, Sundays & public holidays
Business time 9:00~18:00
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● The inherited techniques of Kyoto-style pottery
Shunzan-gama is a third-generation pottery maker located in Sennyu-ji temple area which has long been abundant in kilns. The studio has inherited the distinguishing style of Ogata Kenzan (1663-1743), a potter active in the middle of the Edo period. The works of Shunzan-gama are well known for their characteristic flower designs completely covering the surface which still preserves the tenderness of soft clay. The studio creates the earthenware adapted to the modern lifestyle, mastering the colorful painting and openwork carving techniques of Kyoto-style pottery cultivated through its 100-year-old history.

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[016-01]Atelier visit & pottery painting experience 詳細表示

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Create whatever motif you like to make an original piece of Kiyomizu-yaki pottery.

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Reservation deadline: On the same day
Number of participants: 2~6 people
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Price:
2,000yen
Time Required:
1.5 hour
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[016-02]Atelier visit & tea bowl making experience 詳細表示

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Let's shape the memory of your journey by having fun with clay.

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Reservation deadline: On the same day
Number of participants: 2~6 people
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Price:
4,700yen
Time Required:
2.5 hours
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Craftsman profile

Shunzan Mori

Shunzan Mori

Profile

1957 Born in Kyoto
1977 Graduated from the Prefectural Pottery Training Institute
1978 Completed the Ceramics course of the Kyoto Municipal Industrial Research Institute
2007 Became the board chairman of the Kyoto Seiyokai Pottery Cooperative
2008 Became a certified Traditional Craftsman of Kyo-yaki/ Kiyomizu-yaki pottery
2012 Was certified as a Kyoto City’s Master Craftsman of the Future

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