Legend has it that the discovery of Misasa Hot Springs was aided by a Bodhisattva who revealed its location to a samurai, in his dream, as a reward for saving a white wolf. This gave rise to a unique form of pottery called Hakuro-yaki (literally meaning “white wolf ware”) using clay from the area. Make your own masterpiece of traditional Japanese art with guidance from a local artisan, or purchase a piece to bring home.
15-1 Yokote, Misasa-cho, Touhaku-gun, Tottori
8:30 am to 5:30 pm
Every Tuesday (the following day if it is a national holiday)
Weaving experience - coaster (small) 600 yen (large) 1,500 yen
Pottery experience - 2,000 yen
Parking for large buses available 100 passanger vehicle spots
|Access||15 minutes by route bus from JR Kurayoshi Station, get off at Misasa Onsen Hospital Stop and continue on foot for 5 minutes|