Pottery studio&school "Hayama Yuurakuyou"
At the Hayama pottery class “Yu’ura Kuyo” is surrounded by greenery, we hold a day pottery class that anyone can easily relax and enjoy. Even newcomers to pottery are instructed carefully. You can experience shaping while turning the hand rub techniques, until you can cut the elevation. Items can be selected from a cup, a free cup, a bowl, and a small bowl, and children under the elementary school student age can also participate. Also at the workshop, we display and sell works of Mr. Masayuki Tsunoda, owner of Yuraku kiln and other pottery artists.
- Zushi · Hayama
- Pottery studio&school "Hayama Yuurakuyou"
|ADDRESS||360 Isshiki, Hayama-machi, Miura District, Kanagawa Prefecture|
No scheduled holidays
1 Day handwork experience course 3,500 yen(included raw materials fee, firing fee) Reservation required
Get off at JR Yokosuka Line 「Zushi」station or Keihin Kyukou 「Shinzushi」station, take a Keihin Kyukou 【Zu 15】bound for Kinugasa or 「Zu 16」bound for Shonan Koksaimura center about 15 minutes and get off at 「Isshikijutaku」bus stop ,walk 2 minutes. By car: about 10 minutes from 「Zushi IC」exit on YokohamaYokosuka Road.
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