Hasemusi Ceramics

Hasemusi" is an ancient place name located in the southwestern region of Onojo City, Fukuoka Prefecture. Dating back to the 8th century, it was known for hosting numerous official kilns that played a vital role in the mass production of Sue ware under the oversight of the Daizaifu government office. Inspired by the idea that my ancestors may have been potters, I decided to name my studio after this rich historical site.

Nestled conveniently near a primary school, with hospitals and supermarkets within easy reach, the studio boasts a scenic backdrop of mountains and rivers. For 16 years, I ran a ceramic art class deeply integrated into the local community. In 2020, I took a new direction by temporarily suspending classes to concentrate on creating exquisite flower vases.

Looking ahead, I aspire to connect with individuals from diverse cultures, both domestically and internationally, by showcasing my work through social media and online sales. Through this platform, I aim to foster creativity, cultural exchange, and the sheer delight of art.

Nearby attractions

Dazaifu Tenmangu Shrine

Approximately 20 minutes by car

Fukuoka city metropolitan area

Approximately 30 minutes by car