Hasami-yaki (from Hasami village Nagasaki Prefecture) first appeared about 400 years ago and has a similar history as that of Arita-yaki. It was known for it's Kurawanka-wan and Conpura in Edo-era. The Japanese government has designated Hasami-yaki (Hasami ceramic ware) as traditional works of art.
Kurawanka-wan: Simple design, people could buy porcelain with reasonable prices for first time.
Conpura: For export containers for soy or sake, Louis XIV and Tolstoy loved it.