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Museum of Oriental Ceramics, Osaka
Categories: Specialty Museums, Museums
Find masterpieces of East Asian ceramics at Museum of Oriental Ceramics, with over 6,000 items mainly from Korea and China. The three-story museum boasts one of the finest ceramics collections in the world, focusing on fine craftsmanship rather than the history of ceramics. Viewed in naturally lit galleries, these pieces belong to national treasures of three countries: ancient Korea, China, and Japan. An informative video explains how this treasure was unearthed, and how it's been preserved and displayed. After visiting the museum, stop for a drink in the tea salon. Using our custom trip planner, Osaka attractions like Museum of Oriental Ceramics can form part of a personalized travel itinerary.
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The building is well located next to the river, you can have a nice walk. The architecture is clasic and elegant. If you enjoy and apreciate the pottery this is the right place. Is not crowed so you c... read more »
Imperdibile museo per tutti coloro che hanno interesse per la porcellana e ceramica giapponese, cinese e coreana. Vengono esposti, a rotazione, circa cinquecento pezzi. Confesso che qui ho avuto modo ... read more »Must-see Museum for all those who have interest in porcelain and ceramic Japanese, Chinese and Korean. Are exposed, rolling, about five hundred pieces. I confess that I have had the opportunity to discover the beauty of Korean artifacts, which I had never studied, just a few days before to go to Korea. The Museum has two floors and is open from 9.30 to 17 500 YEN entrance. It was opened in 1982 as a result of donation Ataka.show original
大阪の一流商社「安宅産業」が倒産して４０数年経た今、ここの 陶磁器類や飾ってある物は総てが昔の大阪が繁盛していた時代の歴史遺産である。Now bankrupt leading trading company in Osaka "Ataka", 40 years have passed since the ceramics here and there is that age all had thriving old Osaka historical heritage.show original
James SUBecomes a feast for the eyesshow original
Satoshi YoshidaThe Museum specialises in Oriental pottery and ceramics with it rim, as the name suggests. Permanent exhibition ceramics in Japan, China and Korea are on display each year, learn about Asian ceramic culture and history.show original
Tomohisa HidakaIt is a museum you can admire masterpieces of ceramics.show original
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