The Huwu Burning Museum is actually a Kiln Mouth Museum. It shows the whole process of porcelain from clay to embryo making, glazing to firing, which is very detailed and easy to understand. The faucet ceramics at the entrance of the museum are very lovely. They are different from our dragons.
The Huwu Burning Museum is a museum that introduces ceramic firing in Okinawa. The ancient kiln entrance here has a history of more than 300 years. It uses the traditional plate kiln firing technology. In fact, the porcelain is far from that of China, but it's OK to look at it, as long as you don't buy it.
At the entrance of the Naba Museum of Bottle Burning, there is a long neck, which is said to have the function of shi-Sa-, a mascot everywhere in Okinawa, and a product of traditional pottery crafts combined with culture. All over the world, there are stone lions and smiling Mimi with different colors and expressions waiting for visitors. Naba City Bottle House has been engaged in since ancient times. The design of preserving the traditional flavor in the streets and alleys of the pottery making nostalgia and the pottery show the simplicity of Okinawa. If time permits, you might as well attend the handicraft course. Waiting for the color you like on the stone lion map to be roasted is Okinawa's best souvenir.
The pothouse is called the home of Naba pottery. The Huwu Burning Museum has about 300 pieces of information related to the history of Okinawa pottery and the method of making Huwu pottery. In the audio material, we can see how people in the pothouse usually work and live.
In Naha, Okinawa, Japan, there is a pothouse, which is a whole street with Okinawa ceramics as the content, about 400 meters long, has retained the old style. The Museum of Bottle House Burns is located not far from the entrance to the entrance to the house. The Museum condenses the 300-year history of Bottle House Burning as well as the history of Okinawa Ceramics.