Established in 1957, the Keizangama Kiln was run by a craftsman whose expertise lies in the potter’s wheel. For over 400 years, Keizangama have crafted pottery tailored to the demands of each era. Named after its scenic surroundings, the name Keizan (渓山) signifies “valley and mountain” in Japanese, reflecting its idyllic location nestled beside a picturesque valley with pristine streams. Initially renowned for crafting exquisite, high-quality tableware for prestigious Japanese cuisine establishments and royal households, their focus has evolved to encompass the production of practical tableware suited for everyday use, catering to contemporary needs.