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Tokoname CeraMall (とこなめセラモール)

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Shopping Mall

A pottery shopping mall located in Kanayama Kamisuhara, Tokoname City, Aichi Prefecture. 12 pottery shops selling local Tokoname ware and other ceramics stand side by side here. Visitors can purchase tableware as well as lucky talismans, large vases, and a variety of other ceramics at relatively reasonable prices. Some shops also offer pottery classes or serve tea and sweets.

place

Aichi Pref. Tokonameshi Kanayama Kamisuhara 99 (ChitaArea)

phone 0569437111
place

9:00-17:00
* Some Depending on the store

Review of Ceramall

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating
Reviewed:2019/12/02 茶香炉探し
友人へのプレゼントに常滑焼茶香炉を選びに出掛けました。
いくつか店舗があり、いろいろな作品があり楽しいです。
アウトレットコーナーもありました。
また、ゆっくり出掛けたいです。
Reviewed:2019/05/01 店を見比べ
モール形式になっているため、複数の店をはしご出来ます。市内からは少し離れているので、車は不可欠です。
Reviewed:2019/01/16 Paradis för keramikälskare
Butik efter butik med bara keramik! Man blir alldeles snurrig efter ett tag men det finns så otroligt mycket fint att nästan svimmar. Japansk estetik och keramik är bäst!

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Address
Aichi Pref. Tokonameshi Kanayama Kamisuhara 99 [map]
Area
ChitaArea
Phone
0569437111
Hours
9:00-17:00
* Some Depending on the store
Closed
open everyday
* Some Depending on the store
Parking Lot
Available(300spaces)
Credit Card
Depends on the store
Wheelchair accessible
Available

Information Sources:  NAVITIME JAPAN

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