Gen-emon porcelains are popular around the world for its vivid colors(especially cobalt blue, green and yellow) on a milky-white appearance.
In the 17th century, porcelain known as Imari ware was exported from Japan to Europe. The 6th the head of the Kakiemon Kiln went to see old Imari to Europe. Also Gen-emon had collaboration with HREND PORCELAIN in the Republic of) Hungary or Tiffany & Co.. So the present styles of Gen-emon kiln, which are highly regarded both in traditional Japan and abro
Formed and painted by hand 手作りで、手書き！
The outstanding feature of Gen-emon kiln is that each product is formed and painted by hand.
The difficulty of firing porcelain requires perfect work in each process, a specialized systematic process was developed here in Arita.