At the Sekisui Ito Pottery Museum which stands on a plateau overlooking the sea, you can view the works of successive generations of Sekisui Ito including those of Sekisui Ito V who has been recognized as a Living National Treasure for Mumyoi-yaki, a form of pottery native to Sado Island. See more details
|Business Hours|| Everyday ( 08:30 AM ~ 05:00 PM )
The museum is closed for the winter annually from November 23rd.
It opens from the 2nd Saturday in April and is open every day until November 23rd.
|Address||新潟県佐渡市下相川808−3 See map|