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Arita Art Residency - Bunk Bed Room 102
Arita Art Residency - Bunk Bed Room 102
2 huéspedes
1 dormitorio
2 camas
0 baños
2 huéspedes
1 dormitorio
2 camas
0 baños
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The Guest Room is in a Porcelain Factory, the Kouraku Kiln which is almost a 150 years old. So it is the best place for those interested not only in make a tour around Arita but also to experiment doing some work using porcelain and our facilities.

El lugar

Arita is the birthplace of porcelain in Japan. It has been producing porcelain for about four hundred years. It's in Kyushu in south-western Japan about one hour from Nagasaki. There are about two hundred kilns and artists working in the town.
The Happy Lucky Site is a Residency Studio inside a Porcelain Factory, the Kou Raku Kiln which is almost a hundred and fifty years old. So it is the best place for those interested not only in make a tour around Arita but also to experiment doing some work using the porcelain clay as well all the facilities of one real Japanese factory while in Town.
About the accommodation:
You will stay in a residence next to the studio.
A kitchen, a bathroom, a toilet, a washing machine, a fridge and a dining space will be shared.
The internet connection is available in your room and lounge
There maybe apprentice potters residing in other rooms.

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Disponible para huéspedes

The Guest Room building is just 2 minutes walking from the Porcelain Factory Kou Raku Gama which means Happy Lucky in Japanese language. It is a two floor building with a main door, the rooms, kitchen, bathroom, toilets and lounge are in the first floor, the Kou Raku Gama Director lives in the second floor. Guests will have their key to go out and in any time he wants to.

Atención a los huéspedes

Guests can visit the factory to follow all the process of Arita Ware production. As we have space for rent during all the year for Artists in Resiency in our studio it also cam be available for short stay guests is just inform us before what is your interest in, and we will be glad in help.
We can provide workshop about porcelain hand built, throwing, slip casting, under glaze and over glaze decoration. If guests are interesting in other expression of Japanese Couture let us know so we also can try arranging a workshop in your interest area

Otros aspectos destacables

20 minutes walk from the Train Station
30 Minutes walk from the Arita Ceramic Museu
30 minutes to the main street in Uchiyama Area – where is the old porcelain shops in Town
10 Minutes to the Arita’s Wholesale
10 Minutes to Supermarkets

Servicios
Cocina
Internet
TV
Elementos básicos
Precios
Personas adicionales $23 / noche después del primer huésped
Tarifa de limpieza $6
Depósito de seguridad $184
Descuento por semana: 34%
Precio por fin de semana $42 / noche
Comunícate siempre a través de Airbnb
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Lugares para dormir
Dormitorio 1
1 litera, 1 colchón en el suelo
Reglas de la casa
Prohibido fumar
No se admiten fiestas o eventos
Horario de llegada: de las 13:00 a las 17:00.
Salida antes de las 12:00

No smoking inside the Guest House or in the Studios and factory Area

Cancelaciones
Funciones de seguridad
Detector de humo
Botiquín
Extintor de incendios
Disponibilidad
Estancia mínima de 1 noche

45 evaluaciones

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Perfil de usuario de Maya
Abril de 2015
Arita was one of the most memorable places I've been to thus far in Japan, thanks to Sebastiao's generosity and knowledge about the production of Arita pottery. Sebastiao gave me a tour of the pottery production building where he works and suggested things that I should take a look at while I was in town. The art residency is surrounded by greenery and just a few minutes walk from several kilns as well as some galleries where pottery is displayed and sold. This is definitely a good place to stay for curious travelers looking to learn more about Arita pottery.

Perfil de usuario de Carol
Septiembre de 2017

Perfil de usuario de Taline
Agosto de 2017
Gorgeous experience for pottery enthusiasts and fans of Japanese countryside ❤️

Perfil de usuario de 栋敏
Junio de 2017
又有趣的体验。住的房间虽然简单,但提供的公共区域和设施,特别是厨房非常的完善,家一样的感觉。工厂活动有趣,接待人员非常友好,热情,服务尽心。

Perfil de usuario de Lee
Junio de 2017
Space was very clean, and the people at Kouraku Kiln are very friendly and relaxed. Apart from the location, which just requires a car or a bit of walking (half an hour of walking from the station), it's a pretty awesome experience to go to the countryside!

Perfil de usuario de 峥一
Junio de 2017
老板巴西人,会英语 日语和一点中文

Perfil de usuario de Fiona
Mayo de 2017
There was a large kitchen and dining area where my friends and I were able to enjoy cooking and eating together. The host was very kind and helpful. He gave us a wonderful tour of the factory. It was fascinating to hear about the history of the factory and learn about the processes they use there. It was one of the highlights of our trip. Arita is a beautiful town and well worth a visit.

Arita, JapónSe registró en Abril 2015
Perfil de usuario de Kouraku Kiln

We are a Guest House located in a old building which was a dormitory for the workers from our Factory Kouraku Kiln wich was renovated to become a Guest house for Artists in Residence and also Airbnb.
Kouraku kiln was established in 1865 and is almost a hundred and fifty years old. It produces both traditional and contemporary tableware. It is famous for its naturalness, authenticity and creativity. Three key elements which steer Kouraku Kilnto have a unique product offering. The site is directed by the fifth generation head of the Kouraku company, Mr Tokunaga Takanobu who’s now holding a variety of projects aiming to make Kouraku Kiln famous, nationally and internationally, for its refined techniques making porcelain.

Idiomas: English, Español, Português, 中文, 日本語
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