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Tokoname City Pottery Footpath, Tokoname
(4.4/5 based on 75 reviews on the web)
Tokoname City Pottery Footpath is located in Tokoname. Plan to visit Tokoname City Pottery Footpath and other customer-reviewed, writer-recommended Tokoname attractions using our Tokoname trip itinerary builder.
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  • This was the impression people are going to see the percent"I went on a weekday it was fine. In walked A course, but don't know how course, definitely recommend to those who walk the streets like that would not feel so far. Had a buddy that was surprising in a pottery or Takita House or Hill area was. Alarm was built building houses in places no one lives in, and the original would when felt with eyes, vacant lot, is changing, but still want a, and. It passes through so far have been living since I saw local people say hello!
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  • Had a great time in Tokoname exploring the pottery for which that region is famous. Would recommend shipping or carrying on any purchases made. One item in one checked in bag broke. Many others were f...  more »
  • It is the many steep or very little, but Tokoname pottery shops and cafes can enjoy leisurely walks. You can see the walls of the Hill pottery and old course dumpling shop and eat while walking. Also have Tokoname-yaki is famous potters, ceramic artists from abroad, and walk while you shop you can find your favorite pottery tour and I think. In the middle of the slope, or old-fashioned climbing boiler, chimney is degraded and undeniable beauty with contemporary architecture. I think it looks old-fashioned scenery of modern architecture, looks kinda bad or good.
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