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Short street with cute pottery/ceramic shops and a cafe.
After seeing a few shops, the items were all same same. There were some contemporary designs but most were Tsuboya designs with muted colours, it depends what you’re looking for.
Gorgeous pieces of pottery at every shop. We only had a Saturday afternoon; but, I could have looked and shopped all day. Each shop has unique finds and one has to be careful that you don't spend too much at one shop as there are...More
Delightfully quaint cobbled street lined with several workshops/studios and many shops selling the locally crafted Okinawan pottery. The pottery makes tasteful souvenirs and as a solo traveller travelling light I was able to procure a few small items that I could accommodate in my minimal...More
If you are interested in pottery, this is the place for you. It's a very quiet street with many small pottery studios. You can get souvenirs like cups and plates, chopstick holders (in the shape of a bittergourd), accessories, vases, etc. We spent about 30...More
Easily accessible from Kokusai dori, sells mainly traditional styled yachimun - Okinawan styled pottery. 2 stores have particularly a modern feel supporting young potters; yachi&moon and utsuwa chataro. Ample coin parking can be found in the vicinity. Good place for hunting a great souvenir home!
This wonderful little shopping street winds its way through several blocks and is a lovely place to visit, especially if you want to take home some of the traditional Tsuboya pottery of Okinawa. You will find hundreds of pairs of the traditional Shisa dogs (the...More