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Kidoairaku Pottery shop

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Kidoairaku Pottery shop

Kidoairaku Pottery shop is located in the west part of Nishiki Food Market in downtown Kyoto. Its collection comes in a wide variety of Kyo-yaki wares including tea cups, daily bowls, flower vases etc. All is originally made in this shop and their color and design look so warm and unique. You can also enjoy seeing the process of pottery making in the shop. On the second floor of this traditional Japanese building, the beautiful room with tatami mats are available for some workshops.

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Information

  • Name : Kidoairaku Pottery shop
  • Category : Souvenir
  • Area : Central
  • Address : Sakaimachi, Nishiki, Higashi-iru, Nakagyo-ku, Kyoto
  • Official website : http://sho-no-kura.com/
  • Tel : 81 75 231 5820
  • Email : yamamoto@sho-no-kura.com
  • Open : 10:00~18:00, closed on Tuesday
  • Japanese, English

Charges

Small plates
¥630~
Daily bowls
¥1000~
Tea cup & saucer
¥4000~
Flower vases
¥8000~
Rental room for workshops
¥2500~/1 hour

Credit cards

  • visa
  • master
  • amex
  • jcb

Staff's greeting

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Kidoairaku Pottery shop

Kidoairaku

sankaku

Our family has been keeping and living in the shop building for about 130 years. The potteries are mainly produced in our kiln of the garden. Antique market is sometimes opened at a traditional warehouse called "kura" in the back of the shop.

Review

Kidoairaku Pottery shop

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I got a pair of tea cup here. I love them!
Very easy to find, and Nishiki Food Market is very fun!

THX that’s a great awnser!

I love Machiya!

Shipping service is available?

I took part in the calligraphy workshop at this shop last month. It was pretty nice!

Lovely pottery, friendly, helpful owners/makers. Wonderful experience visiting the shop and Nishiki market. Love our “dragon” bowl.

Information

  • Name : Kidoairaku Pottery shop
  • Category : Souvenir
  • Area : Central
  • Address : Sakaimachi, Nishiki, Higashi-iru, Nakagyo-ku, Kyoto
  • Official website : http://sho-no-kura.com/
  • Tel : 81 75 231 5820
  • Email : yamamoto@sho-no-kura.com
  • Open : 10:00~18:00, closed on Tuesday
  • Japanese, English

Staff's greeting

staff
Kidoairaku Pottery shop

Kidoairaku

sankaku

Our family has been keeping and living in the shop building for about 130 years. The potteries are mainly produced in our kiln of the garden. Antique market is sometimes opened at a traditional warehouse called "kura" in the back of the shop.

Map & Access


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Access

  • From Kyoto Station
    Take subway Karasuma line and get off at Shijo Station. Walk to the east on Shijo St. and turn left on the corner of Shijo and Sakaimachi St. You can find the entrance of Nishiki Food Market on the first corner. Kidoairaku is the second shop from the entrance.

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