A madder clay is Warmth weaving Sado's traditional craft ”MUMYOIYAKI”



A mineral containing iron oxide produced from the Sado gold and silver mine is said to be unnamed, and it was used as a ceramic clay at high temperature firing. Because it is very hard, it emits a clear metal sound when you hit, and it increases the gloss as you use it.

In this kiln, we pursue a kimono mimic by a glaze prepared by Sado's natural stone and wood ash and a climbing kiln in addition to the traditional unnamed burning style.


A dealer that can also perform Rocco's constant demonstration and experience ceramics is located along National Route 350, located in former Sawada Town in Sado. A big sign and a large parking lot are a landmark.

Please come to Sado when you sightseeing.