Pottery exhibition, pottery/bisque-painting workshops

Aichi Prefectural Ceramic Art Museum

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Aichi Prefectural Ceramic Art Museum opened in 1978 in a green hilly area of Seto City, a place that is famous for its pottery, as part of the 100th anniversary celebrations of the prefecture. The Museum features a permanent collection of historical ceramics in the world, and special exhibitions on diverse themes. In addition, visitors can enjoy hand-crafting pottery or bisque-painting in the Ceramic Craft Studio at any time, experiencing for themselves the warm touch of clay. Stores, a tea-house and restaurants are also located on-site.

Access From Nagoya Station to Fujigaoka Station on the Higashiyama Subway Line (approx. 25 mins, 300 yen); From Fujigaoka Station to Tojishiryokan-minami Station (Ceramic-Museum-south Station) on Linimo – Yakusa direction (approx. 14 mins, 350 yen); an approx. 10-minute walk from Tojishiryokan-minami Station
Opening hours 9:30-16:30
(open until 17:00 from July to September)
* Admission is before [ of a closing ] 30 minutes.
* Set each time in the case of a plan exhibition.
Admission fees Adult: 400 yen, University/senior high student: 300 yen, Free of charge for junior high students and children (for permanent collection only)
Closed Mondays(open in the case of a public holiday and closed on the following business day)
December 28 -January 4
Time of tour(s) Approx. 60 mins
Address 234 Minamiyamaguchi-cho, Seto City
TEL 0561-84-7474
H P http://www.pref.aichi.jp/touji/english/(JAPANESE)
http://www.pref.aichi.jp/touji/chinese/(SIMPLIFIED CHINESE)

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