This is a small museum on two floors in a lovely little park.
It has exhibits and videos on the history of tea and how it is best made in the different styles.
The modern pottery is very artistic and creative.
A visit should only take 45 mins or so ... but then you must have tea in the neighbouring tea house. This was a delight with a menu featuring many teas and the leaves were so fresh.
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