Tsuboya ware has more than 300 years of history. This two-day festival is held in early November every year on Yachimun-dori, a street of shops selling pottery products. The festival features a potter’s wheel experience offered for free and street events including an Eisa performance, in addition to special discounts offered by each shop. Why don’t you look for your favorite yachimun (pottery product) while enjoying a stroll along the street?
|Venue||TSUBOYA YACHIMUN STREET|
*During this festival, Naha Municipal Tsuboya Pottery Museum is open to the public for free.