White Porcelain is called “Hakuji 白磁” in Japanese, first imported from Korea around the end of 16th century became very popular among the aristocracy and connoisseurs.
From October ２０ｔｈ （Ｓａｔｕｒｄａｙ） ｔｏ 28th (Sunday) 11:00~ 16:00, you can eyewitness Japanese contemporary ceramic craftsmen’s porcelain wares at “tadokorogaro” in Matsumoto.
Free admission for this exhibition
“tadokorogaro” is operated by an illustrator Mariko Tadokoro who’s quite popular among crafts devotees.
The gallery is connected to a restaurant “onjaku” which is operated by her husband who cooks very delicate Japanese neo-traditional cuisine.
2 days advance reservation is needed for “Onjaku” restaurant. call 0263-36-0985
How to get there: Very complicated place, so better to call them first for guidance.
Take “North bound eastern route line 北市内線東まわり（kita-shinaisen-higashi-mawari)“ bus from Matsumoto bus terminal, off at “Shimizu-nakaku” stop. About 5 minutes walk from the stop.