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Kutaniyaki Art Museum, Kaga

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  • It was able to catch a glimpse of history, very good location. Coupled with the trees in the Park in a building with plenty of wood, and was healed. Old lunchtime kutaniyaki colour through to contemporary works, from the sheer works of Kutani ware. Photo's of suikinkutsu.
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  • The hotel offers a variety of Kutani ware. Broad type and "Kutani hand Blues", "Ko-Kutani ware overglaze enamel,'"ACA"is, but none anyway brilliant colours. It looks very beautiful with new felt all over again. There is also a garden there is a large pond in front of the Museum of fine arts. Also nice for a family.
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  • You can watch Kutani history, works fine. Small red, great purple anyway. After briefly in the lobby asked management staff. Carefully went to work again and carefully explained. Very satisfied. Increased knowledge. Caretaker's thank you.
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