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The city has very limited buzz amid the reputation of being japan’s famous ceramic city... not much happenings, and this museum is a 15-minute in and out. Not much we can say. Store and products are so so commercial and touristy.
A lot of historical...More
We Japanese sometimes call potteries "Seto-mono".
It was named after Seto city that is famous for potteries.
The old town of Seto city was reproduced inside the museum.
You can also see a wide variety of "Seto-mono" and the first car of the train that...More