Notice of temporary closure

We would like to express our sincere gratitude for your special kindness during the last year.
We will be temporarily closed for a while from January 12th (Tuesday) due to the renovation of the store.
We look forward to your continued patronage of the new Kataoka Kozando.

Established in 1920

Kutani's gem,
with a wide range full of personality

Built next to the famous Kenrokuen Garden and in front of the Ishikawa Gate, Kataoka Kozando was established in 1920. The founder being a successful Kutaniyaki pottery painter,
our shop is a long-established Kutaniyaki specialty shop that lasts three generations.

Map (Next to Kenrokuen, Near Kanazawa castle's Ishikawa gate)
Kataoka Kozando appearance

Kataoka Kozando is located on the right hand side after getting out of Kenrokuen, Katsurazaka exit.
The white grid pattern wall called the 'Namako Wall' is our shop's landmark.

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Our favorite products

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Kanazawa Kutani Yaki Nakata Kingyoku Helmet Shengkin Blue White Grain
Kanazawa Kutani Yaki Nakata Kingyoku Helmet Shengkin Blue White Grain

This is a photo of Kabuto Morikin blue and white grains by Nakata Kingyoku.
This is a work of art in which blue and white grains are struck with gold using delicate colors.

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Kataoka Kozando Our shop's mascot dog, Sora (8 year old boy)Come and see me soon!
We started our own Instagram account!

Places to sightsee nearby

Kenrokuen Garden / Kanazawa Castle

In front of the shop, you can spot the view of the magnificent masonry-built Ishikawa gate.
It is also located adjacent to the famous Kenrokuen garden. Spring, summer, autumn and winter, you can enjoy the nature and its rich taste every season.

21st Century Museum

Starting from 21st Century Museum, our shop is surrounded by many Japanese Art related facilities such as the Kanazawa Noh Museum, Ishikawa Museum of Modern Literature, Ishikawa Prefectural Art Museum and Ishikawa Prefectural History Museum.

Photo credit: Kanazawa City