Kyo-yaki・Kiyomizu-yaki (Kyoto pottery)

Pottery was fired in Kyoto during the Nara and Heian periods, but it was not until the Azuchi and Momoyama periods that Kyoto developed as a production area, and many kilns were built in the Edo period.
Tableware, tea and flower utensils, ornaments, etc. are made here, and they are characterized by a variety of techniques and techniques, as well as an ornate and orderly beauty.