Aichi Prefectural Ceramic Museum displays the history of Japanese ceramics from prehistoric to modern times. Facilities include a restaurant, authentic Japanese teahouse where tea is served in tea bowls produced by ceramic artists, and a craft studio where visitors can experience ceramic production
234 Minami-Yamaguchi Town
Seto City, Aichi Prefecture, Nagoya
Seto-Gura Museum showcases the history of ceramics and its transition over a period of more than 1000 years Old coal-fired kilns workshops, and the Seto townscape have been recreated to bring Seto of the olden days back to life. Within walking distance of Owari Seto Station on the Meitetsu Railway’s Seto Line. Exit station, cross the bridge over the Seto river, make an immediate left and the complex is 5 minutes walk.
1-1 Kura-Sho Town, Aichi Prefecture
Seto City [Note: there are many ceramic centres selling cetail ceramics in Seto City]
Seto Municipal Art Museum (in Seto City Cultural Center)
Permanent and special exhibitions are held in the Culture Center’s facilities in both the Museum of Fine Arts and the Culture Hall. The Culture Hall and Furehai Hall display large ceramic works: Dancing Flames by Tokuro Kato, and Ceramic Fire Festival by Goro Kawamoto.
113-3 Nishi-Ibara Town, Seto City, Aichi Prefecture