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Tokoname-City Tokoname Pottery Market & Life with Ceramics
(Tokoname-yaki-no-Market & Touki-no-Aru Kurashi)

Date : [Tokoname Pottery Market] Oct. 2 & 3
[Life with Ceramics] Oct. 8, 9, 10


  • Tokoname Pottery Market & Life with Ceramics(Tokoname-yaki-no-Market & Touki-no-Aru Kurashi)
  • Tokoname Pottery Market & Life with Ceramics(Tokoname-yaki-no-Market & Touki-no-Aru Kurashi)
  • Tokoname Pottery Market & Life with Ceramics(Tokoname-yaki-no-Market & Touki-no-Aru Kurashi)
  • Tokoname Pottery Market & Life with Ceramics(Tokoname-yaki-no-Market & Touki-no-Aru Kurashi)

At AEON MALL Tokoname on October 2nd and 3rd, an exhibition sale of Tokoname pottery by a group of popular young artists and others will take place in the form of an open-air market. On October 9th and 10th there will be an exhibition sale of Tokoname maneki-neko, traditional beckoning cat figurines.

In addition, for a period of three days from October 8th to 10th along a shopping street of ceramic specialty shops called Tokoname CeraMall, an exhibition sale will be held under the theme Life with Ceramics to help support people's daily lives during the coronavirus pandemic. Starting with local pottery, wholesaler bargain items, and outlet products, stylish and unique works created in modern styles by young artists are also gaining popularity recently. Come and encounter captivating ceramics in this ancient pottery town.

EVENT OVERVIEW

Date : [Tokoname Pottery Market]
October 2 (Saturday) and 3 (Sunday), 2021
[Life with Ceramics]
October 8 (Friday), 9 (Saturday), and 10 (Sunday), 2021
Holding time : [Tokoname Pottery Market]
10:00 AM to 5:00 PM
[Life with Ceramics]
9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Place : [Tokoname Pottery Market]
AEON MALL Tokoname
[Life with Ceramics]
Tokoname CeraMall
Location : 〒479-0882
2-20-3 Rinku-cho, Tokoname-City, Aichi Prefecture, Japan (AEON MALL Tokoname)
〒479-0003
99 Kamisuhara, Kanayama, Tokoname-City, Aichi Prefecture, Japan (Tokoname CeraMall)
Fee : Admission free of charge
Parking : Available
Restrooms : Available
Phone number : [Tokoname Pottery Market]
0569-34-3200 (The Tokoname Chamber of Commerce and Industry)
[Life with Ceramics]
0569-43-7111 (Tokoname CeraMall)

Note: This page may not be current due to update time differences between site databases.
Should accuracy be critical, please verify this information using a direct source, whenever possible.

ACCESS

  • Access by public transport
    Access by public transport
    [AEON MALL Tokoname]
    From Meitetsu Nagoya Station, ride to Rinku Tokoname and walk approx. 1 min.
    [Tokoname CeraMall]
    From Meitetsu Nagoya Station, ride to Tokoname Station on the Tokoname Line and take a taxi for approx. 10 min.
  • Access by car
    Access by car
    [AEON MALL Tokoname]
    Approx. 5 min. from Rinku I.C. via Nagoya-Minami Junction, Chitahanto Road, or Chitaodan Road.
    [Tokoname CeraMall]
    From Tokoname I.C. of the Chitaodan Road, turn right at Taya intersection, then turn right again at the Yamato-cho intersection. Continue approx. 5 min.

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#Tokoname Pottery Market
#Life with Ceramics
#Tokoname Pottery Festival
#maneki-neko

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