【Bizen-yaki】 - Produced in Okayama. Also called Inbe-yaki. A reddish-brown pottery, which is believed to have originated in the 6th century. 【Hagi-yaki】 – Produced in Yamaguchi. Since it is burned at a relatively low temperature, it is fragile and transmits the warmth of its contents quickly. 【Imari-yaki】 - Produced in Saga. Introduced by Korean potters at the beginning of the Edo Period. Also called "Arita-yaki". 【Karatsu-yaki】 - Produced in Saga. The most produced pottery in western Japan. Believed to have started in the 16th century. Greatly influenced by Korean potters. 【Kutani-yaki】 - Produced in Ishikawa. 【Mino-yaki】 - Produced in Gifu. Includes Shino-yaki, Oribe-yaki, Setoguro, and Ki-Seto. 【Onda-yaki】 - Produced in Kyushu. Produced by families and passed on only to their own children. The outstanding fact is that they still produce it without electricity. 【Ootani-yaki】 - A large type of pottery produced in Naruto, Tokushima. 【Raku-yaki】 - Produced in Kyoto. There is a proverb of the hierarchy of ceramic styles used for tea ceremony: 'First, Raku(-yaki). Second, Hagi. Third, Karatsu.' 【Ryumonji-yaki】 - Produced in Kagoshima. Started by Korean potters about four hundred years ago. 【Satsuma-yaki】 - Produced in Kyushu and other areas. Started by Korean potters about four hundred years ago. 【Seto-yaki】 - Produced in Aichi. The most produced Japanese pottery in Japan. Sometimes, the term Seto-yaki (or Seto-mono) stands for all Japanese pottery. 【Shigaraki-yaki】 - Produced in Shiga. One of the oldest styles in Japan. Famous for tanuki pottery pieces. 【Souma-yaki】 - Produced in Fukushima. Image of a horse (uma or koma), which is very popular in this area, is the main pattern. Therefore, it is sometimes called Soumakoma-Yaki. 【Tamba-yaki】 - Produced in Hyougo. Also called Tatekui-yaki. One of the six oldest kinds in Japan. 【Tobe-yaki】 - Produced in Shikoku. Most are thick porcelain table ware with blue cobalt paintings. 【Tokoname-yaki】 - Produced in Aichi. Most are flower vases, rice bowls, teacup. 【Yokkaichi-Banko-yaki】 - Produced in Mie. Most are teacups, teapots, flower vases, and sake vessels. Believed to have originated in the 19th century.