Gifu, Oribe Hills

Discover Mino Porcelain!

Mino Porcelain is made in the Higashi-Mino area of Gifu Prefecture, which includes Toki City, Tajimi City, Mizunami City, and Kago City. With an ancient history that stretches back to 7th century Sueki earthenware, Mino Porcelain represents approximately 60% of the Japanese market. The neutral quality of Mino Porcelain allows an easy blend of the traditional and practical in a wide variety of products.

Located in Toki City, Oribe Hills is a vast area about five times the size of Nagoya Dome. Major wholesalers here offer a wide selection of Mino Porcelain. Vendors handle traditional Mino styles such as Shino and Oribe Porcelain, and stores of every type sell interior supplies, from Western tableware, glassware and lacquerware to natural honey and home-made bread.

Visit Gifu, the home of Japanese porcelain, to discover the wonders of Mino Porcelain at festivals held throughout the year. Especially popular are the Oribe Porcelain Festival in Toki, one of the three major Japanese porcelain festivals held during Golden Week each year, and the Oribe Hills Autumn Fair.


3-1 Izumi Kitayama-cho, Toki City, Gifu Prefecture, 509-5171
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Information accurate as of November 29, 2016.

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