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  • The Arita Ceramics Sato Plaza Arita-ware Wholesale Area
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    Saga Pref. Nishimatsuragunaritachou Akasaka Hiei 2351-170

    Best place to see different types of ceramics made by different companies. Affordable also. An exhibition of different, but amazing porcelains. Some with the little spots or smudge will be sold much...

  • Gallery Arita
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    4.5
    57 Reviews
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    Saga Pref. Nishimatsuragunaritachou Honmachi Otsu 3057

    We were recommended to come here by the tourist centre. There did not seem a lot open when we arrived on the Tuesday afternoon following a national holiday on the Monday. We both had the fried...

  • Koransha Main Store
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    Saga Pref. Nishimatsuragunaritachou Koubira 1-3-8

    焼き物の町、有田町の中でも有名な「香蘭社本店」。有田町の重要伝統的建造物群保存地区に指定された町並みの中にあります。建物自体が100年以上の歴史があります。有田焼の歴史は400年。香蘭社の会社としての歴史は今年で丁度140年だそうです。 本店の一階はショールーム。二階が歴史的な磁器が多数展示されています。観るだけならタダなのでしっかり鑑賞したいところです。19世紀から20世紀の変わり目の時代に欧...

  • Karatsu City Furusato Kaikan Arpino
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    Saga Pref. Karatsushi Shinkoumachi 2881-1

    Bel centro storico arroccato su un colle con uno spuntone che guarda ad ovest verso il fiume.. bella da vedere e,da vivere!

  • Fukagawa Seiji (Main Store)
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    Saga Pref. Nishimatsuragunaritachou Koubira 1-1-8

    The ceramics festival starts April 29th. The Fukagawa shops are a 40 minute walk from Arita station. There is only a shuttle bus during the festival. Good thing - you can ask them to call a cab for...

Saga Areas

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Away from the fast-paced cities of mainland Japan, Kyushu's Saga prefecture offers quaint towns and cities known for their traditional crafts, particularly ceramics. Rich in kaolin (a type of clay), Saga became the homeland of Arita ware, a delicate, decorative porcelain that is now celebrated worldwide and can be discovered in the towns of Arita, Imari, and Karatsu.

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