Mikawachi-yaki

Mikawachi-yaki
Mikawachi-yaki has a history that goes back almost 400 years and is designated as Japan's traditional work of art. At the end of the 16th century, the 26th Lord Hirado, Matsuura Shigenobu brought home potters. However, since it was not possible to obtain the soil suitable for white porcelain in Hirado, they traveled in search of the porcelain stone for producing quality porcelain clay, and Mikawachi was the place where they settled down.