After Tsuboya-yaki

Integration into Tsuboya Integration into Tsuboya

According to a historical document, "Kyuyo", Ryukyu Dynasty integrated Chibana, Wakuta, and Takaraguchi kilns at Tsuboya in 1682. This is the roots of present Okinawa pottery.
Export of Tsuboya-yaki Export of Tsuboya-yaki

In the era of Ryukyu Dynasty, Tsuboya-yaki was highly esteemed as offerings to Shogun's government. Potters served the dynasty and some were promoted to warrior class for their achievements.

Fenu-kiln Fenu-kiln


Nobori-gama for baking Ara-yachi, which exists in Tsuboya. There are no partitions in the kiln and it is like a tunnel from bottom hearth to top smoke flue.

Agarinu-kiln Agarinu-kiln

Nobori-gama for baking Jo-yachi, which exists in Tsuboya. There are 9 Fukuro (chambers), and each Fukuro was used jointly.