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Kutaniyaki Art Museum石川県九谷焼美術館

Art Museum

Kutaniyaki Art Museum is a museum in Kaga City, Ishikawa Prefecture that is dedicated to Kutani-ware porcelain. The first floor of the Museum has exhibition rooms with masterpieces of Kutani-ware on display; the second floor has a tearoom and a multi-function event space that can be used for lectures, concerts, formal tea parties, etc. As the Museum is located within Ko-kutani-no-mori Oyamizu Park, it is a great place to relax and enjoy the beautiful flowers and greenery of the park, which change with the seasons.

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place Ishikawa Pref. Kagashi Daishoujijikatamachi 1 -10-13
phone 0761727466

Review of Kutaniyaki Art Museum

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Reviewed:2018/07/17 Lovely tour of the Kutaniyaki Art Museum.
My daughter and I visited the museum and had a personalized tour in Japanese. I was quite fortunate since my daughter was able to translate it to English. It was very interesting to learn about the...
Reviewed:2015/08/30 Beautiful local pottery and surrounding park
My wife and I love checking out locally made products on our travels, so she decided to stop at the Kutaniyakai Museum in Kaga City. We were starving when we got into Kaga, so we drove around...
Reviewed:2018/11/14 友人と三人で



Ishikawa Pref. Kagashi Daishoujijikatamachi 1 -10-13 [map]



9:00-17:00 (until 16:30)
Monday (opened for Public holiday)
[Admission fee] General 500 yen, 75 years old and over 250 yen, High School Students or less-Disabled Free
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Ishikawa Main Areas


Long, thin Ishikawa prefecture runs along the Sea of Japan up into Noto Peninsula. Highlights of the seaside towns lining the west coast include Kanazawa, often described as a "Little Kyoto" thanks to its old wooden tea houses and geisha culture as well as its picturesque Japanese garden, Kenroku-en.