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Yunnu Adore Pottery Kiln (ゆんぬ・あーどぅる焼窯元)

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Souvenirs

"Located about a ten-minute drive from Yoron Airport, this kiln is where you can make pottery using glaze from plants grown on Yoron Island. In the Yoron dialect, ""yunnu"" means ""Yoron,"" and ""aduru"" means ""red clay."" Transparent blues and gentle milky whites, colors that suit Yoron are expressed using Yoron's red clay, seaweed and palm trees for the glaze. Even beginners can enjoy the experience of making pottery, and pottery is available for purchase. The one-of-a-kind pottery make great souvenirs."

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Kagoshima Oshima-gun Yoroncho Furusato 909 (Amami / Yakushima Island / Tanegashima IslandArea)

phone 0997975155
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9:30-16:00

Review of Yonnu Aduruyaki Kamamoto

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating
Reviewed:2018/09/16 気軽にできる陶芸体験
予約が必要です。予約無しでいくと体験できないことがあります。作った陶芸品は郵送で送ってくれますよー。
Reviewed:2015/12/16 小巧精緻的陶藝品店及手作工坊
在與論島,除了大大小小的絕美海灘並沒有其他太多觀光景點可遊覽,翻開旅遊資訊發現あーどぅる焼窯元不但是一家小型陶藝品販賣店,還有體驗課程。老闆娘本身從事陶藝創作20多餘年,店裡除了販售她親手製作的陶製餐具還展示一些精巧可愛的裝飾品。
客人可以選擇要製做杯子或碗盤這類餐具(數量1至2個),完成後老闆娘會負責後續的燒窯階段,再將成品寄出,大約需等待一個月的時間。
店家位置不難找但稍嫌偏遠,我們是搭巴...

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Address
Kagoshima Oshima-gun Yoroncho Furusato 909 [map]
Area
Amami / Yakushima Island / Tanegashima IslandArea
Phone
0997975155
Hours
9:30-16:00
Closed
[Normal] Friday (excluding Public holidays) [July--Augry.] Open everyday
Parking Lot
Available 5spaces
Credit Card
Not available
Smoking
Available
Wi-Fi
Not available
Can be enjoyed even on a rainy day
Yes
Average budget
[Lunch] 1,001-3,000yen
Estimated stay time
30-60 minutes
Wheelchair accessible
Not available
Infant friendly
Available
Pet friendly
Not available

Information Sources:  NAVITIME JAPAN

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