Tosen Kiln

In the historic city of Kyoto, Japan, the legacy of Kiyomizu-yaki, a venerable style of pottery, runs deep. Originating during the Azuchi-Momoyama period in the late 16th century, this esteemed ceramic art form flourished in the vicinity of the resplendent Kiyomizu Temple, nestled amidst the undulating hills of eastern Kyoto. The unique clay discovered near the temple, coupled with the profound influence of local tea masters, nurtured the growth of Kiyomizu-yaki into a distinctive and highly revered form of pottery.

Enveloped by the peaceful ambiance of Kyoto, Tosen Kiln emerges as a sanctuary where the essence of Kyoto's tradition intertwines with the spirit of innovation. Every creation that emerges from this sanctuary reflects the serene beauty of its surroundings and the profound legacy of Kiyomizu-yaki. With an unwavering commitment to preserving the authenticity and allure of this revered art form, Tosen Kiln extends a heartfelt invitation to partake in the timeless elegance and cultural significance encapsulated within the exquisite Kiyomizu-ware pottery.