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Kaleidoscopes were invented by Scottish physicist David Brewster in 1816. Their fascinatingly beautiful images quickly attracted people throughout Europe.

Before long, while radios and televisions were gaining ground, kaleidoscopes took root as inexpensive toys. However, through the efforts of Cozy Baker and others who found the high artistic quality of kaleidoscopes, kaleidoscopes have come to the front as works of art as well as in the light of mind-body medicine. Kaleidoscopes still continue to fascinate people with their magical beauty.

Today is the age of the third kaleidoscope renaissance focused on “kaleidoscopes as works of art.” Amidst this movement, we thought of a fusion of kaleidoscopes and traditional Japanese industrial art Arita porcelain, and thus produced advanced Arita Porcelain Scopes.

The Arita Porcelain Scopes have promoted the innovation of kaleidoscopes. At the same time, they have also provided a breath of fresh air to the world of traditional crafts.

As a result of the collaboration between kaleidoscopes with a history of 200 years and the Arita porcelain art with its own tradition of over 400 years, we first created the Arita Porcelain Scopes for personal use. Their beauty and novelty have received high acclaim not only in Japan but also in Europe and America.

From our desire to give dreams and sensations to more people, we then embarked on the development of large-type Arita Porcelain Scopes.

However, the production of the large-type kaleidoscopes was much more difficult than we had expected. To solve endless problems concerning the design, strength, weight, etc., the Arita artisans fully exercised their top skills. The beauty of the completed large-type Arita Porcelain Scopes will surely appeal to all of your senses.

Take a look through a large-type Arita Porcelain Scope.
Feel its beauty with all of your senses. Feel the dream and sensation it brings to you.