The Kyushu Ceramic Museum, Arita-cho
(4.6/5 based on 45 reviews on the web)
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  • Fall of Arita porcelain was entry without expecting was the just ended special exhibition together at Matsuri. Was a 1,000 point can enter free of charge in the exhibition room is exported kanbara collection of Imari, Shibata Mr. and Mrs. collection of Arita porcelain, precious things which are impressive. Arita porcelain clock is moving every 30 minutes. In General is totally peaceful except for mechanical watches. Insignificant may be a little thing.
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  • A well presented exhibition showing the history of porcelain in Japan. I must say that seeing museums in Jingdezhen and South Korea, the real homes of porcelain does make the history pale but it is st...  more »
  • Was all exhibition groups was not signifiant. Still clearly neophytes about pottery, which exhibits so now studying. Admission is free of charge. Is there public transport vehicles other than on a small hilltop away from Arita station parking is no problem, but, so? It is. This is Arita besides Hasami in Nagasaki on seen and recommended here is bordered by the town of pottery, Imari next to them.
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