Yakimono Dori (Pottery Street)/To no Komichi (Pottery Lane)

Central Ibaraki

Traditional Crafts/Sake Breweries

Shopping Spots

Long-established pottery studios and large-sized wholesale stores are lined up at Kasama Yakimono Dori, a street along National Route 355. The numerous facilities include Katsura Tougei, which specializes in handling Kasama-yaki, a Japan Heritage, and Hisa Toukoubou, where visitors can participate in a pottery workshop.

To no Komichi is also a pottery street. It starts from the eastern side of Kasama Yakimono-dori and runs parallel to another craft street, Gallery Road. There are about ten stores directly managed by pottery studios, where visitors can meet the potters directly.


861-3 Shimoichige, Kasama City
(Kasama Pottery Cooperative Sales Center, starting point of both streets)
By public transport:
・From Kasama Station (JR Mito Line)
15 minutes by bus, get off at "Yakimono Dori". Or 10 minutes on foot
・From Tomobe Station (JR Joban Line)
15 minutes by taxi
By car:
10 minutes from Tomobe IC on the Kita-Kanto Expressway


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