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[Seto-Gura Museum]

Explore the old Seto townscape and have fun learning about the culture of Seto

You arrive at Owari Seto Station on a green Seto Line train car, and walk out onto the streets of Seto... This is the concept behind Seto-Gura Museum. After soaking in the retro feel of the old Seto Line train, check out the town streets of days gone by. Have fun learning about the culture and history behind the ceramics of Seto. Learn about the pottery-making process at the "Yakimono Kojo" kiln, see pottery of all sorts displayed at the storefront of "Setomono-ya", and check out "Chuo-Dori Gallery", which showcases the Seto ware of the present day.
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Restored coal kilns and chimneys, symbols of 20th century Seto
Upper left: A workspace recreated so well you could almost believe pottery is being made right before your eyes, Upper right: Notice the changes in design (From the Meiji period to the present day), Bottom: Recreation of the old Owari Seto Station that was demolished in 2001
Address Kurashocho 1-1, Seto City, Aichi (Floors 2 and 3 of Setogura)
Phone +81-561-97-1190 (Japanese only)
Opening hours 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. (Last admission is 30 minutes before the closing time)
Holidays Year-end and New Year's, etc., one unscheduled holiday each month
Admission fee Adults 500 yen
High school students, university students, and persons age 65 and over 300 yen
Junior high school age and under Free
Access Take the Nagoya Municipal Subway Higashiyama Line from "Nagoya Station" of JR Tokaido Shinkansen for approx. 5 minutes and alight at "Sakae Station". Walk to "Sakaemachi Station" of Meitetsu Seto Line and take the Meitetsu Seto Line Express train for approx. 30 minutes. Alight at "Owari Seto Station" and walk for approx. 5 minutes.

updated on Mar 25, 2019

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