The Kawara Museum is located in Takahama City, the production heartland of Mikawa kawara (roof tiles), boasting the highest scale production in Japan. The museum exhibits Chinese and Korean roof tiles as well as Japanese ones. It offers pottery making experiences where you can experience bisque-painting or make pottery with a wheel. On the museum premises is Morimae Park; themed on the ocean with waves and fish, and also a restaurant offering the chance to eat lots of vegetables.
|Location|| : 〒444-1325
9-6-18, Aoki-cho, Takahama-City, Aichi
|Fee|| : <Permanent exhibition>
For high school age and over the fee varies depending on the exhibition, junior high school age and under free.
* (Fee indicated in the parenthesis are for groups of 20 persons or more)
days / hours
|: 9:00 to 17:00|
|Parking||: 2 bus parking spaces, 100 passenger car parking spaces|
|Holidays||: Monday (the following day if Monday is a public holiday), December 28 to January 1|
|Phone number||: Kawara Museum of Takahama City：0566-52-3366|
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|Handicapped parking||〇 1 free of charge parking space|
|Width of accessible restroom||〇 88cm|
|Electric wheelchair usage||〇|
|Tactile guide map of restroom layout||×|
|Equipped for ostomy pouches||×|
|Stairs and steps||〇|
|Elevator (door width)||〇 80cm|
|Elevator floor display||×|
|Elevator voice guidance||×|
|Escalator voice guidance||×|
|Ramp (width)||〇 120cm|
|Steps within the facility||×|
|Reading glasses rental||×|
|Assistance dogs allowed||〇|
|Assistance dog relief area||×|
|Facility guide map in Braille||×|
|Stair handrail signage in Braille||×|
|Tactile paving for the visually impaired||×|
|Special fee in support of disabled persons||〇 Half off general admission for persons carrying various disability certificates and for 1 attendant (please show your certificate when purchasing your ticket at the museum shop)|
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