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A Japanese tableware store offering a variety of unique dishes purchased from kilns around Japan.

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Kappabashi Dougu Street is home to many kitchenware stores. Facing the Kikuyabashi intersection, the entrance to the Kappabashi Dougu Street, this Japanese tableware store is always crowded with shoppers. Inside the store, as well as outside the store, you will find a lineup of dishes purchased directly from the kiln, creating an atmosphere similar to that of a pottery market, which is popular among foreign tourists.

The store covers pottery from all major production areas in Japan, including Mino-yaki, Shigaraki-yaki, and Arita-yaki. Lacquerware and glassware are also available, and the attractive point is that you can purchase typical Japanese tableware only at this store without having to travel all over the country. By dealing directly with the potteries, prices are also much more competitive than in the market.

The second floor features one-of-a-kind luxury items created by artists such as Kyo-yaki and Kutani-yaki, while the first floor offers a broad lineup of affordable items for casual use. In addition to items using traditional techniques and patterns of each production area, the store also offers a large selection of dishes designed with a contemporary taste that evokes the seasons and blends in with daily life.


  • Japanese tableware store located on Kappabashi Dougu Street.
  • The shop offers a wide range of tableware from all over Japan, purchased from potteries.
  • The wide selection ranges from one-of-a-kind pieces by famous artists to affordable tableware for everyday use.


  • Conveniently located facing the Kikuyabashi intersection

    Conveniently located facing the Kikuyabashi intersection

  • Covering pottery from all major production areas in Japan

    Covering pottery from all major production areas in Japan

Official FAQs

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Do you have signs or pamphlets in foreign languages? (If you do, which languages are available?)


Sorry, we don’t.


Is free WiFi available in the store?


Yes, it is.


Are coin lockers available?


Not available.



Name in Japanese
和の器 田窯
Postal Code
1-4-3 Nishi-Asakusa, Taito-ku, Tokyo
Year-end and New Year holidays, summer (3 days from Aug. 13 to 15)
10:00am - 6:00pm
3 minutes walk from Tawaramachi Station on Tokyo Metro Ginza Line
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Official Website (English)