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For the most fascinating variety of ceramic art, look no further than Japan.
For the most fascinating variety of ceramic art, look no further than Japan.

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We have 3 guests from Hong Kong, Canada, and Netherlands at the pottery studio in Seto now.
They have already started the courses!
Enjoy pottery making and stay in Japan.

30-day Pottery Making in Japan
http://www.explorejapaneseceramics.com/category/travel/longstay
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Our website with new design has just been launched!
http://www.explorejapaneseceramics.com/

Now we are talking about 2016 courses with the pottery masters.
We will announced them next month.

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The pieces made by our guest in Seto have been fired. :-)
He was an absolute beginner about pottery, but he is a painter.
So his pieces are so artistic.

30-day Pottery Making in Seto
http://www.explorejapaneseceramics.com/tag/seto-30-day-program
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Another piece made by Issai-gama.
The pottery master named this piece "Red Fuji".
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The pieces made by our guest in Seto.
His use of color is so unique.
It is pleasure for me to see finished pieces.

30-day Pottery Making in Seto
http://www.explorejapaneseceramics.com/tag/seto-30-day-program
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Our guest in Seto is enjoying making pottery.
She was an absolute beginner before she joins our program.
But now she can make various pieces like these.

30-day Pottery Making in Seto - For Beginners
http://www.explorejapaneseceramics.com/travel/30daysetofb.html
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Our guest in Tajimi has finished firing!
Her pieces have gentle touch. :-)
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Our guest in Tajimi is stepping closer to firing the pieces. :-)
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Our new guests from Thailand and UAE have started the pottery making program for absolute beginners in Seto.
We are looking forward to seeing their pieces made under the guidance of the pottery master.
http://www.explorejapaneseceramics.com/travel/30daysetofb.html
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Our pottery master in Seto, Mr. Kato Hiroshige's exhibition.
He collaborates with the cooking expert in this exhibition.
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