Harmony between tradition and modernity
From the middle of Gojozaka, you can see Kiyomizu-dera’s vivid vermillion triple-storied pagoda in front of you, and this slope that leads to the temple is called “chawanzaka” and is said to be the birthplace of Kyoto and Shimizu-yaki. It is a quiet town where various potters of all ages live. We named Togoro in the name of this place.
In such a blessed environment, we have a naiveness, correctness of folds, self-restrained expression, and a deep taste that Japanese people have, and that is suitable for a new lifestyle. With the keyword “,” we would like to select sophisticated products and communicate the goodness of ware to people all over the world.
It is an era in which we seek peace of mind by meeting people and interacting with things. We propose the richness of our hearts and the appeal of beauty in “harmonizing tradition and modernity” through the planning and sales of porcelain, a proud culture of Japan and a symbol of peace. I will go.
Higashi Goro is named after this place name, and this slope leading from Gojozaka to Kiyomizu-dera is commonly called “Chawanzaka” and is said to be the birthplace of Kyo-yaki and Shimizu-yaki.
About Kyo ware and Shimizu ware
It is one of Kyoto’s representative traditional crafts, and it started when I used to refer to the pottery that was originally roasted at the kiln of the Kiyomizu-zaka neighborhood that heads to Kiyomizu-dera.