Even now, potters use the local clay and firing kilns in their pursuit of "Echizen".
The pottery is made from only the best clay, with nothing added, except the mind and spirit of the potter.
That is the charm of "tsuchi".
That is the charm of "Tsuchigokoro".
"Tsuchigokoro" pottery uses Echizen （Echizen-cho） clay with a high iron content. Fine high-strength potter’s clay is sometimes used.
The product is sometimes fired without glazing to take advantage of the texture of the Echizen ware clay and the potter’s spirit.
Four characteristics of Echizen ware.
Commitment to Echizen.
Only the finest high-quality Echizen clay is used for "Tsuchigokoro".
Commitment to Hand-Made.
"Tsuchigokoro" is hand-made by Echizen potteries.
Commitment to Texture.
"Tsuchigokoro" is fired without glaze.
Commitment to shape to prevent users from being bored.
"Tsuchigokoro" sticks to clear-cut shapes.
Recommended products of "Tsuchigokoro".
free cup EKUBO
free cup EKUBO（Black Echizen）
Lipped bowl for cold sake
Sake drunk from "Hirara"
ware has greater depth of flavor.
The Echizen ware flat sake cup "Hirara" is as thin as 1 mm or less. The thinness of the pottery was thought to be difficult to attain.
As the edge of the cup is very thin, the mouth feel is delicate and gentle. Thanks to the flat shape of the cup, the flavor of the sake is improved.
When sake is warm or at room temperature, the sake becomes more flavorful. We hope you try "Hirara".
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