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Seto Ceramics and Autumn Leaf Course Total Distance:18.3km Total Time:6hours
Taking a naturalistic approach to art, Japanese handcrafts are both functional and beautiful. Japan’s nature too is exceptionally beautiful. Enjoy both on this short, cultural day trip.

Course Contents

Aichi Prefectural Ceramic Museum →(15 minutes by taxi)Seto-Gura Museum→(walk about 3 minutes) →Maneki Neko (Lucky Cat) Museum →(walk about 10 minutes) →Kamagaki no Komichi Street→(20 minutes by taxi)→ Iwayado Park

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Day1

Seto-CityAichi Prefectural Ceramic Museum

See Masterpieces of Seto Ware, Then Try Your Hand at Making Your Own
Enjoy the exhibitions of traditional pottery and the museum shop, rest in the tearoom, then put aside about 2 hours to make your own traditional teacup using local clay!See more >

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Seto-CitySeto-Gura Museum

See Traditional Hand Crafted Pottery at the Seto-Gura Museum
Discover the wide range and quality of traditional pottery made in Seto, and see what the town looked like in its heyday in a life sized reproduction. Shop for quality pottery and ceramics in the Seto Gura ceramics plaza.See more >

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Seto-CityManeki Neko (Lucky Cat) Museum

Get Lucky at the Maneki Neko (Lucky Cat) Museum
“Paws” a while at Japan’s largest collection of Maneki Neko lucky cat figures. Purchase some luck of your own, or paint your own original lucky cat. You’ll feel lucky just by coming here!See more >

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Seto-CityKamagaki no Komichi Street

Walk the Kamagaki no Komichi Street
Follow this 400m long route and enjoy the scenes of local produce put to work in an interesting way. See how tiles, pipes, bottles and pots are used along the road. Galleries, museums and traditional old homes line the way.See more >
Keyword
#Aichi Prefectural Ceramic Museum (Exhibition Hall / Ceramic Craft Studio)
#Seto-Gura Museum
#Aichi Prefecture
#Seto-City
#Seto-yaki
#Seto-ware
#Earthenware
#Pottery
#Ceramics
#Traditional Japanese Pottery
#Manekineko Museum
#Kamagaki no Komichi

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