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A filmed account of the activities and way of life of Japanese folk potters in Onda, a remote village in the mountains of north central Kyushu. The narration includes a brief description of the personalities and attitudes of the villagers and their social structure. But most importantly, the film provides a detailed account of traditional pottery making techniques, which have remained relatively unchanged for over 250 years, in spite of the rapid industrialization that has taken place in other areas. 27 Min.
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