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Seto-City Seto-Gura Museum

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  • Seto-Gura Museum
  • Seto-Gura Museum
  • Seto-Gura Museum
  • Seto-Gura Museum
  • Seto-Gura Museum

Set Your Mind On Seto, Japan’s Pottery & Ceramics Center

One thousand years of pottery, stoneware and ceramics history and culture is celebrated at the Seto-Gura Museum in one of the two major kiln areas of Aichi, Seto City. Pottery and chinaware from Seto became so famous that even now, all kiln fired items and ceramics are known as "Seto-yaki" ("Fired in Seto"), or "Seto-mono" ("Seto Goods"). Such was the artistic quality of Seto-ware, it is displayed in the Smithsonian and other museums and galleries around the world.


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  • Restaurant
  • Bus Stop
  • Wi-Fi
Location : 〒489-0813
1-1 Kurasho-cho, Seto-City, Aichi Prefecture, Japan
Fee : Seto-Gura Museum: Adults 520 yen, University and High School students, and guests ages 65 and over 310 yen
days / hours
: 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM (last admission 4:30 PM)
Parking : Available, paid (cap. 189 cars, 9 buses)
Holidays : Seto-Gura Museum: December 28 to January 4, unscheduled holiday once a month (inquire directly with the facility)
Phone number : 0561-97-1190

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  • Access by public transport
    Access by public transport
    5 min. (350 m) eastwards walk from Owari-Seto Station of the Meitetsu Seto Line (board from Sakaemachi Station in Sakae, in turn reachable from Nagoya Station using the subway Higashiyama Line bound for Sakae and Fujigaoka).
  • Access by car
    Access by car
    •Approx. 10 min. from Seto-Akazu I.C. of the Tokai Loop Expressway via Route 33
    •Approx. 30 min. from Nagoya I.C. of the Tomei Expressway

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