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  • See & Do
  • Eastern Area

Mashiko Pottery Museum

  • Culture
The Mashiko Pottery Museum exhibits the works of the late Shoji Hamada, a designated National Treasure along with related works and high quality pieces by local artists. The former residence of Shoji Hamada was moved to the site including a replica of his climbing kiln.

Location Map

Basic Information

Address 3021 Mashiko Haga-gun, Mashiko-machi
Telephone Number 0285-72-7555
Website http://www.mashiko-museum.jp/
Business Hours February to October: Open 9:30 – 5pm (last entry at 4:30pm) November to January: Open 9:30am – 4pm (last entry at 3:30pm)
Days Closed for Business Closed on Mondays (except public holidays, in which case the museum is closed the next working day) and New Year holidays (25 December to 1 January)
Price Adults and students (aged 16 years and over) 600 yenSeniors (over 65) 300 yenChildren (6-15 years old) 300 yenChildren (under 5) Free
Map Code 39 177 447*56

Eastern Area

The eastern area is famous for its abundant flowers and traditional Mashiko pottery. Seasonal charms welcome tourists throughout the year with flowers such as cherry blossoms and wisterias in spring and some of the nation’s most beautiful autumn foliage.

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