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Tsuboya pottery, Naha

Categories: Specialty Museums, Museums
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Gain an understanding of the history of Okinawan culture through pottery at Tsuboya pottery. Blue glass, earthenware dishes, and numerous other ancient artifacts demonstrate how the area has evolved through the centuries. Get a close-up view of a kiln, learn the difference between ara-yachi (unglazed) and yo-yachi (glazed) techniques, and watch a video showing the pottery making techniques used in the Tsuboya district. Consider taking an audio guide in English to enhance your experience. Having learned about the special Okinawan culture of pottery, you'll appreciate the wares on offer from the street vendors lined up outside the museum. For travelers who use our world travel planner, Naha holidays become easier to arrange, with trips to the Tsuboya pottery and other attractions mapped out and timetabled.
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  • Yachimun (pottery) I see history and origins of the Shisa is pottery of Okinawa which affected the folk craft movement reveals the history of the pottery products were exhibited and jouyat had arayat is located at the beginning of Hill Street Museum of terracotta and glaze with Yanagi muneyoshi, Shoji Hamada, Keisuke Serizawa, Potter's wheel, tools and special exhibition
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  • 壺屋燒博物館展示沖繩傳統陶藝作品、就位在壺屋陶藝街上,建築物本身是不對稱設計,屋外有樓梯走上去,可以看到一個小小的木造建築「北之宮」,是當年北窯所在地。 
  • The museum will only take a half hour or so but it goes through the history of the making of the different kinds of pottery produced in Okinawa. 
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