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Potterry Experience at ocean front of Setouchi Islands instructed by a potter

Potterry Experience at ocean front of Setouchi Islands instructed by a potter

You can experience making a potter instructed by a Japanese pottery artist who was born in Mihara-city, Hiroshima, and also can enjoy beautiful Islands view of Setouchi Islands. You will get inspiration from wonderful landscape. Make your own and only one cup in the whole world ! Ńâ╗Make a Japanese traditional style potter, cup, small plate, etc...You can feel Japanese culture. Ńâ╗There is Kids area. You can join with your children. Ńâ╗"Mount Fudekage", which is famous spot, is located just in front of our factory. Ńâ╗You can enjoy wonderful ocean front view, world famous "Setouchi Islands". Ńâ╗Japanese local artist's direct instrution
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