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Located in the Ko-Kutani-no-Mori Park in Ishikawa prefecture, the Kutaniyaki Art Museum is dedicated to Japan's Kutaniyaki traditional ceramic arts. Kutaniyaki Porcelain is a unique process with a history older than 350 years of adding bold and vivid color overlays to delicate porcelain. The museum features various exhibition halls to showcase the different styles of Kutaniyaki Porcelain. There's the
Aode-no-ma displaying the porcelain works of artist Aode, the
Iroe Gosai-no-ma Japanese-style room filled with colorful Kutaniyaki porcelain, and the
Akae Kinran-no-ma which features lovely red designs.
The museum displays a wide range of Kutaniyaki porcelain goods and styles in the beautiful Ko-Kutani-no-mori park. The museum cafe is perfect to enjoy a relaxing beverage before exploring the serene grounds at the museum garden. If you're a fan of traditional Japanese crafts, talk to your agent when booking your Japan tour to see if you can add the Kutaniyaki Art Museum to your vacation's itinerary with Japan Deluxe Tours!
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