“Tsuboya Yachimun Street”-where many kiln studios gather

Visit / Shopping Naha

Looking for yachimun in Naha? This is the place to visit

Yachimun means pottery in Okinawa dialect. Tsuboya Yachimun Street is the area consists of 16 kiln studio shops and 22 pottery shops, and some restaurants and pottery workshops.

Walk around slowly until the encounter with your favorite one

Let's walk around the red brick residence, worshipping place and the stone paved walkways to find your favorite pottery. Some are traditional style, some are arranged in modern style. The pottery with a cute bear in the photo is the yachimun from "yacchi & moon"

Fe-nu kama- a cultural property of prefecture

Fenu kiln is for arayachi method and Agarinu kiln is for joyachi method. Fenu kiln is available to see. It is an ascending kiln 20 meters long and 3 meters width.

Break time with potteries

Just below the Fenu kiln, "cafe fenu-kama" is located. You can enjoy coffee, juice Okinawa local snack Chinpin, Popo, with a Tsuboya-yaki potteries. The shop is decorated by the pots and shisas. It's been popular for walkers as a spot to have a rest.

Hide and seek with shisa

Tsuboya Yachimun Street is filled by love towards yachimun. Can you see a small shisa by the road decorated by broken yachimun? So many other shisa is hiding and waiting for you to find them!

Nearest station Azato Station, Makishi Station