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Izumiyama Kaolin Quarry (The first site discovered in Japan for kaolin, the raw material used to make porcelain clay.)

NHK Educational

NHK Educational
Tokyo, Japan

Japan's first porcelain was created four hundred years ago in Arita-cho, Saga prefecture.
Porcelain made in Arita-cho and the surrounding area is known as Arita ware. Arita ware ceramics are still made today.

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  • Title: Izumiyama Kaolin Quarry (The first site discovered in Japan for kaolin, the raw material used to make porcelain clay.)

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