ABOUT GYOKUDOU-KAMAMOTO

The workshop is the largest island of the Japan Sea "Sado"

It is about 855 square kilometers, which is about 1.4 times larger than the 23 wards of Tokyo, and the area of Sado is rich in the four seasons.

On this island where about 57,000 people live, representative traditional arts such as Onimushi and Takiwaki are still inherited.

The factory is set up in the “former Hatano area” near the center of this naturally rich island where such historic culture remains remarkable.

Sadogashima seen from above
The appearance of the workshop

I will introduce the inside of the workshop.

Work scenery in the workshop
Rosco
Molded pottery items
A studio where many works are lining up
Equipment in the workshop
kiln

GYOKUDO-KAMAMOTO SHOP

There is a dealer that can also do regular tour of rocro demonstration and experience ceramics along the National Route 350 located in former Sawada Town in Sado. Signs of a big vase and a large parking lot are a landmark.

In the pottery experience, “Rokuro course” is available. Why not try making original pottery for memories of sightseeing.

Please come to Sado when you sightseeing.

Address Kubota 122-1, Sado-shi, Niigata 952-1325 Japan
TEL / FAX 0259-52-3222 / 0259-52-3251
Business hours 8: 30 ~ 17: 30 (7 days a week)
Regular holiday March - November / days off, December - February / Mondays holiday, New Year's Holiday
Payment Method Cards accepted VISA, MASTER, Diners Club, AMEX, JCB
Parking Lot Passenger car: 20 units Large bus: 5 units

Tea ceremony "TO"

We offer coffee, tea, green tea etc for snacks at the cafe “pot” in the store.

※ Coffee is currently irregularly open. Please note.

How to get here

Click here for GYOKUDOU-KAMAMOTO

How to access by bus

From Ryotsu :
Take the "main line / bound for Aikawa" bus and get off at "Sawada bus station" or "Kubota". 15 minutes on foot from the bus stop.
From Ogi :
Take the bus for "Nambu / Sawada" and get off at "Sawada bus station". 15 minutes on foot from the bus stop.

There is a parking lot dedicated to Tamado pottery where 20 passenger cars and 5 large buses can be stopped.

Please feel free to use when coming by car.