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Noritake is a ceramics industry with a rich history over 100 years old based in Nagoya. Noritake Garden was built on the former factory grounds and exhibits the company's history, products, and exceptional works of porcelain pieces from Noritake.
The garden is home to the Noritake Museum, Noritake Craft Center, store, restaurant, and cafe. The museum showcases the classic works of ceramic products produced by Noritake, including plates and tableware to industrial products like electronics.
At the Craft Center, guests can learn about the process to create high-quality ceramic works and even join a workshop. Be sure to dine at one of the restaurants, or just enjoy a cup of coffee from the cafe after some time in the museum. Fans of ceramics and artisan works alike are recommended to add Noritake Garden to their Japan Tour itineraries, or join us when we explore the gardens as a part of our fully-escorted Quilt Japan Festival Tours between Tokyo & Kyoto in January.
Imari Porcelain wares made in the town of Arita, Kyushu.
Dye Your Own Shibori
Japanese porcelain from Kutani (now part of Kaga), Ishikawa
Stunning 2-Layered Glass filled with Color
Antique and Modern Venetian Glass Museum
Admission-free porcelain related theme park in Arita Town of Saga Prefecture
Glassware reproduced from late Meiji period
Recreated village where guests can enjoy a traditional atmosphere before trying Shibori tie-dyeing