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Noritake no Mori

3-1-36 Noritake Shinmachi, Nishi-ku, Nishi, Nagoya 451-0051, Aichi Prefecture
+81 52-561-7290
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  • Excellent29%
  • Very good52%
  • Average17%
  • Poor1%
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“bone china” (8 reviews)
“fine china” (3 reviews)
“dinner set” (3 reviews)
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3-1-36 Noritake Shinmachi, Nishi-ku, Nishi, Nagoya 451-0051, Aichi Prefecture
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+81 52-561-7290
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"bone china"
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"fine china"
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"dinner set"
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"craft centre"
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"beautiful pieces"
in 2 reviews
"nagoya station"
in 6 reviews
"ceramic factory"
in 2 reviews
"hand painting"
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"kiln restaurant"
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"on display"
in 3 reviews
"plate"
in 13 reviews
"ceramics"
in 10 reviews
"artisan"
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"chinaware"
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"production"
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"shop"
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Reviewed yesterday

I visited here while my husband visited the Toyota Museum which is nearby. Just loved being able to watch the craftspeople painting etc. Every stage of production is able to be seen very closely. The museum while not very big, houses a beautiful variety of...More

Thank larraine2016
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

I visited the museum after reading other reviews and I was not disappointed. There are some beautiful pieces of china and figurines to view. As others have said, there are also other products that Noritake make that I didn’t know about so the information was...More

Thank Elise147
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Reviewed June 29, 2018

A very informative museum and craft center, presenting the various steps of the porcelain production in a very visual manner, including excellent explanations in English and supportive videos. The overall style is more European than Japanese / Asian, but still fascinating. As it is in...More

Thank efrat-exploring
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Reviewed June 23, 2018

Don't miss Noritake if you love fine china. There's a shop and a lovely museum and exhibition centre also cafe.

Thank Cozee13
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Reviewed June 23, 2018

A must-see in Nagoya, which is - deservingly - a centre of international design. Then and now. The Noritake Museum preserves in an excellent manner the porcelain treasures of the Morimura brothers. An unforgettable experience, full of aesthetical highlights.

Thank SandraCh23
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Reviewed June 10, 2018

My parents had a Noritake dinner set and I thought that was what Noritake were famous for - turns out they company has done so much more from porcelain electrical components, grinding stones, toilets and dinnerware. The visit to Noritake was enlightening and the craft...More

Thank annette632015
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Reviewed June 6, 2018

An insightful tour of ceramic factory followed by merchandise shop with wide selections of beautiful ceramic products. Its restaurant servers good set lunch and coffee. A good short stopover for those who love ceramic crafts.

Thank ryanteo
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Reviewed March 5, 2018

Although most of the tableware which is produced by Noritake is made outside Japan, it is still possible to see how things are made. There are extremely skilled artisans demonstrating various aspects of decoration, mould making etc. If you are over I think it is...More

Thank bestnerikomi
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Reviewed November 30, 2017

The biggest building hosts the manufacture where you can actually see the employees working, how the "bone China" porcelain is made. It's quite interesting to see the different stages in the production. On the top 2 levels there is the Noritake museum (starting on the...More

1  Thank Márk N
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Reviewed September 18, 2017 via mobile

This place is a small collection of buildings and gardens owned by the Noritake ceramics company. Admission to the area is free and the museum inside is only ¥500. The exhibits show how the porcelain products are made in both Japanese and English. The store...More

Thank lucario719
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anonymousabc2016
January 23, 2017|
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Response from 旅好きじいさん | Reviewed this property |
Closing day is usually scheduled on Monday. If Monday is National Holiday, the Monday is open and the Holiday is shift to the following Tuesday. I hope you can visit here open day.
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anonymousabc2016
January 23, 2017|
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Response from Joe_from_Boston | Reviewed this property |
I would expect them to be open, but you should check with them directly since you are planning a special trip.
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