Kutaniyaki Kiln Museum

Japan’s oldest surviving climbing kiln for Kutaniyaki pottery, a tradition that has been passed down over the generations

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You can see the remains of this kiln that has been brought down over the generations since its original construction in 1826 by Den’enmon Toyoda who had intended to revive the tradition of Kokutani pottery. In the main hall, famous Kutaniyaki works are displayed, and along with visitors being able to try painting and using the potter’s wheel, porcelain created by Kutaniyaki artists are also sold.
Business Hours
Monday ( 9:0 AM ~ 5:0 AM )
Wednesday ( 9:0 AM ~ 5:0 AM )
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Friday ( 9:0 AM ~ 5:0 AM )
Saturday ( 9:0 AM ~ 5:0 AM )
Sunday ( 9:0 AM ~ 5:0 AM )

Closing Days: Tuesdays (open if the Tuesday is a national holiday) December 31st and January 1st
Adult: 310 YEN
Children: 0 YEN

Painting workshop 2000 yen~3000 yen(starting from 90 minutes) Potter’s wheel workshop 3000 yen~4500 yen(starting from 60 minutes)
19-101-9 Yamashiroonsen,Kaga,Ishikawa
(0761) 77-0020

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