Museum of Ceramic Art, Hyogo
The Hyogo Museum of Ceramic Art was established to promote the culture of ceramic art throughout the prefecture and deepen interaction among people through ceramics.
Museum projects include exhibitions of old and contemporary ceramics, collection and preservation of materials, study and research, training of human resources to undertake the next generation of ceramic art culture, interaction with schools, and creation and learning projects such as ceramic art workshops and ceramic art culture courses. In addition, the Museum aims to create an eco-museum environment that makes use of local cultural resources and an abundant natural environment.
The exhibition building, which can be approached from the 3rd floor entrance, has 2 rooms on the 1st floor, 2 rooms on the 2nd floor, and 1 room on the B1 floor, for a total of 5 exhibition rooms.
|Address||4 Kondacho Kamitachi, Tamba Sasayama City, Hyogo Prefecture|
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|Open hours||10:00 to 18:00
|Closed||The Museum is closed on Mondays.
However, if Monday is a holiday, the museum is open and closed the following day. It is also closed on December 31 and January 1.
|Fees||The admission fee for the museum varies from exhibition to exhibition.
An admission fee discount is available for groups of 20 people or more.
- Tamba Sasayama, a town full of history and tradition
- Tamba Sasayama, a town renowned for food and nature
- Kasuga Shrine and Kasuga Noh in Tamba Sasayama
- Tamba Sasayama cycling ③–Cycling around a Japan heritage city
- Tamba Sasayama Cycling⑨ーOld highway route to go through Fukusumi and Kumobe
- Hyogo Prefectural Namikimichi Central Park
- Tamba Sasayama Holonpia Hotel
- The Historical Area of the Aoyama Clan and Dekansho Museum
- Tamba Traditional Craft Park Sue No Sato in the Tachikui Pottery Town
- Konda Yakushi Onsen Nukumori No Sato (Hot spa)