Shingama Kiln

Shingama Kiln
Shingama Kiln
Shingama Kiln

It is said that Shingama Kiln, the pottery manufacturer, was founded in 1830 in Arita Sarayama under the instruction of the old Nabeshima lord as a kiln that is specialized in large-sized porcelain dishes. Shingama Kiln announced the launch of the new porcelain brand "Seika (青花)" in 1976. Seika means the dishes painted with navy and white and all are painted by hand.

Basic information

Address 2788, Kuromuta, Arita-machi, Nishi Matsuura-gun, Saga
Official Name 有限会社しん窯
Closed None
*Factory is closed on Sat, Sun and public holidays. Please make an inquiry in advance for factory tour.
Opening Hours Weekdays 8:00~17:00
Sat, Sun & Public Holidays 13:00~17:00(only exhibition area)
Access 5 minutes by taxi from JR Arita Station
Parking Availability Free parking available for 10 cars
Cell Phone Battery Charging Not available
Wi-fi Availability Not available
Credit Card Acceptance JCB, VISA, Master, AMEX, Diners
Estimated Time to Enjoy 10 minutes to 1 hour
Admission Fee Weekdays: 8,000 yen
Weekend & Public Holiday: 8,000 yen + 5,000 yen (Instructor Fee)
(Taxes will be charged on top of the price)
※20 persons limit per group
(up to 10 people for potter's wheel)
Reservation Accepted
Reservation are accepted by phone or FAX.
For foreigners, please contact the interpreter call center for reservation.
Please make an inquiry in advance in case of planning a factory tour on weekend and public holidays.
Tobacco Permitted in designated areas
Notes Multilingual speaking staff is not available, so we recommend you to come with someone who speaks Japanese.
MAPCODE 104 390 308*60


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