Manko Yaki Ai Horiuchi Ceramics Works

In the town at the foot of Mt. Gozaisho in Komono-cho, Mie Prefecture, Manko ware pottery “Ainori Horiuchi Pottery” is a small and long-running pottery that values ​​“normal things”. The kiln name that uses the indigo character, which is the color that represents cotton and the color of Kuresu that represents the color of ceramics, has the desire to incorporate such a sense of cotton into everyday vessels. It is being done. While incorporating a new sense, we are aiming to make products that do not lose sight of the basics rooted in tradition.