Suda Seika Kiln

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 One of the most famous Kutani-yaki kilns in Kaga
1) One of the most famous Kutani-yaki kilns in Kaga
2) They have beautiful tablewares of Kutani-yaki porcelain
3) The shop sign carved by KITAOJI Rosanjin

The Region’s Leading Kutani-yaki Pottery

Suda Seika is a charming gallery and shop associated with a lineage of Kutani-yaki (Kutani porcelain) artists active in Yamashiro Onsen since the 19th century. The appeal of SUDA Seika’s Kutani ware are their rich colours and carefree brushwork, bringing to fruition the 'beauty of use'.
At the entrance to this traditional building, which was originally a merchant house at the turn of the 19th century, one can admire the wood sign that was carved by KITAOJI Rosanjin (1883-1959), a well-known Japanese artist who learned the art of pottery under Suda Seika while staying at the Iroha Soan cottage in 1915.


Suda Seika Kiln

Open: 9:00-17:00
Closed: Irregular
Access: 15 minutes by local bus from JR Kaga Onsen Station. Get off at 'Yamashiro Onsen', 2 minutes on foot.
Tel: 0761-76-0008
Address: 4 Higashiyamamachi, Yamashiro Onsen, Kaga, 922-0253 Ishikawa