The Doll's Festival
You can choose colors and shapes as you would choose clothes, .
You can even find your favorite potter.
You can also choose a dish with an image of the food you are going to serve,
or you can choose with your partner's face in mind.
There is no manual for selecting vessels.
We believe that living with your chosen vessels is
an important process of creating a lifestyle.
That is why we want you to carefully examine and choose what they really like.
We hope that Kittyo Toya is a place
for customers to encounter and enjoy th ceramics.
Enrich your life with vessels.
The most important thing in your daily life is to enjoy coordinating your meals.
Just as if you were painting a picture,
we hope that the dining table where your loved ones gather will be a memorable moment for you.
We propose a dining space
that each and every one of us desires.
Ashiya select style
We have selected the best of ceramics such as Arita-yaki, Imari-yaki, and Mikawachi-yaki, as well as artists' works and antiques from all over Japan.。
We also offer a variety of items such as lacquerware, glassware, cutlery, etc., to provide a total coordination of your tableware.
We are also happy to offer suggestions on how to coordinate your tableware with your lifestyle and existing vessels.
Please feel free to contact us.
Ashiya Kittyo Toya
Fukuoka Mitsukoshi Store
This shop has a different concept from the Ashiya and Fukuoka Mitsukoshi stores.
We have tableware, lacquerware, and glassware that can be used easily for daily use.
We also have a wide variety of items for those who love Japanese taste, such as Japanese sundries,
Kurume Kasuri, and bags made of old fabrics.
A selection of Arita-yaki, Hasami-yaki, and Imari-yaki pottery, including easy-to-use everyday utensils, various sundries, and clothing and bags made of natural materials.
Kittyo Toya Arita Main Store
Fukuoka Meinohama Store
Arita Fudanotsuji Store
The Doll's Festival
Aritayaki Ware Vessels with Sometsuke
We look forward to seeing you again this year.
Utsubuki Koen dango
The resale of *mayuhako*
Table display using square plates made by Hiromi Urushiyama