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Umenoseitousyo Baizangama梅野精陶所 梅山窯

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Pottery

This longstanding Tobe-yaki kiln opened in 1882 in Tobe Town, Iyo County, Ehime Prefecture. It is the largest potter in town, and they allow visitors to observe the manufacturing process inside the factory and examine climbing kilns that were used in the past (designated as Tangible Cultural Properties by the town). There’s also a museum with pottery on display and materials on the history of the potter, as well as an adjoining sales area. The sales area offers many exquisite and sturdy Baizangama wares featuring simple yet beautiful hand-drawn designs based on the traditional Tobe-yaki style that emphasizes both function and beauty.

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Ehime Pref. Iyoguntobechou Ominami 1441

phone 0899622311
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8:05-16:50

Review of Baizangama Shop

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Reviewed:2017/01/30 向かいに工場があります。
係りの方が工場を案内してくださいました。老舗の窯元だそうで、手作業でろくろや型で成形し、絵付けはすべて手描きです。昔の登り窯は、内部が松脂でピカピカしてました。その後売店に行くと、出来上がるまでの大変さがよくわかり、ついつい購入、ということに。割引している商品もありました。
ツアーでいきましたが、住宅地の曲がりくねった道を上っていくので、個人でいくのは大変かと思います。
Reviewed:2016/02/24 砥部焼の老舗の直売所
砥部でももっとも老舗の窯元の直売所です。 砥部焼きの直売所としてはメインの道路沿いの砥部焼陶芸館と砥部焼観光センタ炎の里の二つが大きなところですが、ここは老舗窯元の直売所です。
老舗だけあって、30年以上前から販売している定番商品から新製品まで品揃えも豊富です。 店の奥にはB級品の特売もあって掘り出し物を探すのも楽しかった。
砥部焼きは我が家の愛用食器です。ずいぶん昔に買ったもので割れてしまって...

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Address

Ehime Pref. Iyoguntobechou Ominami 1441 [map]

Phone

0899622311

Hours
8:05-16:50
Closed
Monday, 2 nd/4 Sunday (Subject to change)
Fees
Free
Parking Lot
Available (bus 5 spaces passenger car 20 spaces)
Credit Card
Available (VISA, MasterCard, JCB, AMEX, others)

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          Stretched across the northwest corner of Shikoku island, Ehime is a nature-rich prefecture boasting beautiful coastlines and a rural center where mountains play host to 26 of the Buddhist temples that make up the Shikoku Pilgrimage. Matsuyama is home to an original post-feudal castle as well as Dogo Onsen, one of the country’s oldest natural hot springs. The northern city of Imabari marks the entrance to the Shimano Kaido, a road that crosses six spectacular bridges and several islands, forming a route between Shikoku and mainland Honshu.

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