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The City where German Pottery Lives- Miyazaki Prefecture

TRAVEL 30 mins Episode(s): 1 none: None Japanese
The pottery workshop "Bjorn" in Aoshima Island, Miyazaki City (Miyazaki Prefecture), is where the German potter, Bjorn, works everyday on his creations. He first came to Japan when he was 19 years-old, just to travel around the country. Since then, 30 years have passed since he began living in Miyazaki. This documentary depicts his love and passion toward his pottery work and the beauty of Miyazaki Prefecture!

Part of "Beauty of Japan- Season 2"!

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