I was introduced to Ceramics by Tokyo Metro’s FIND MY TOKYO campaign ad.



Sue is a traditional craft hands-on workshop.
You can choose from a mug, bowl or vase!
Teachers will support you to
make whatever you like,
choose whichever one you’d like to make!

Do you want to spend a soothing time relaxing
and feeling the clay in your hands?
Our experienced instructors will help you make
anything you desire.
This is a one-to-one course and anyone is
welcome to join, even beginners!




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陶芸家 吉岡正義
Masayoshi Yoshioka
After graduating from Ishikawa Prefecture Kutaniyaki Training Centre, Matsura studied at a pottery studio in Kanazawa city. In 1995, she started making ceramics in Fukuhata and Kanazawa. In 1999, through repetition she learned how to mold clay, glaze pottery, and fire ceramics in traditional kilns built in the side of hills. In 2003, she moved her studio to Irie, Kanazawa and opened Toan. During this time she held solo exhibits in locations such as Nihonbashi, Takashimaya, Meitetsu M’za. Starting in 2012, she expanded to South Korea, Taiwan, China, Singapore, Indonesia, United Arab Emirates, Italy and Germany. While continuing her research into making new Kanazawa Kutani-yakis, at the same time, she continued to promote Japanese traditional crafts both nationally and internationally.