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Nishinohara is an area which redeveloped the site of Fukko Pottery, the pottery which created the foundation of Hasami pottery. Young owners gathered, and there are 9 shops such as a café restaurant, an art gallery, and shops on the premises. Among them are, Minamisouko, a store managed directly by HASAMI PORCELAIN, and monné legui mooks, where you can savor an excellent lunch and delicious sweets. You can spend a slow and abundant time here.

In addition to the impressive minimalistic designs of HASAMI PORCELAIN, there are 5 other brands including essence, The Porcelains, Common, and Sabato. Workshops and other events are held regularly on the second floor.

The collection of essence, which pursues simple and practical design that is finished into colorful and modern tableware.

Functional, stackable plates of HASAMI PORCELAIN. The simple texture recalls tableware from the good old days of classic American design.

Mami Ikeda, a staff member at the store. She explains the background and story about how each product was born.

This is a café started by Hironori Okada in 2006. He was attracted by the townscape of Hasami and moved here after working at a popular Tokyo restaurant. Exquisite foods that draw out the taste of each ingredient can be enjoyed in a space filled with antiques selected to create just the right atmosphere. Foods are served on Hasami pottery tableware. You can test out how the local tableware feels at monné legui mooks, and if you like it, you can purchase it at a store in neighborhood.

Lunch set (1,180 yen~) The special of the day was curry and rice and salad from mooks’ field. You can select a drink from several options.

Nishinohara Area
2187-4, Isekigo, Hasami-cho, Higashisonogi-gun, Nagasaki

Minamisouko
TEL: 0956-76-7214
Open: 11:00 - 18:00
Closed: Wednesday
https://www.facebook.com/minamisouko

monné legui mooks
TEL: 0956-8033
Open: 12:00 - 18:00
Closed: Tuesday and Wednesday
http://mooks.jp/index.htmlhttp://nishinohara.jp