Mashiko Museum of Ceramic Art / Ceramic Art Messe Mashiko, Mashiko-machi

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  • It is operated by Central Division Mashiko-machi district pottery Museum. It seems to place originally had a castle, located on a hill. Including ceramics, prints, such as held by many. Also temporary exhibitions, such as is done throughout the year. Also, in the pottery market held spring and autumn opening number Mashiko and writer on the slopes of the main entrance, is impressive.
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  • We climbed the small next to the sales center went to the pottery city autumn. This is another great number of tents. Only their aesthetic choice they say writers of pottery can be purchased.... Or rather, is the favorite. Is easy to understand because the writer's style appears in each tent. Spring pottery fair goes next.
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  • This area is a quiet Park Hill. Castle Sakashita is the main venue, from the street into a little further north, and where up-and-coming artists ' or fluke Hill "and becomes a Museum of art and the Messe. Also works to look around, it's nice, but too many tenants, I am tired. Here you will enjoy relatively slowly. I enjoy Mashiko fragrance in takeout eating and venting. Pottery is quite young people many dxers. With fun conversation. I think because it's fashionable Mashiko.
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