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Nagoya Ceramics Hall

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  • Nagoya Ceramics Hall
  • Nagoya Ceramics Hall
  • Nagoya Ceramics Hall
  • Nagoya Ceramics Hall
  • Nagoya Ceramics Hall
  • Nagoya Ceramics Hall
  • Nagoya Ceramics Hall
  • Nagoya Ceramics Hall
  • Nagoya Ceramics Hall
  • Nagoya Ceramics Hall
  • Nagoya Ceramics Hall
  • Nagoya Ceramics Hall
  • Nagoya Ceramics Hall
  • Nagoya Ceramics Hall
  • Nagoya Ceramics Hall
  • Nagoya Ceramics Hall
  • Nagoya Ceramics Hall
  • Nagoya Ceramics Hall
  • Nagoya Ceramics Hall
  • Nagoya Ceramics Hall

This retro Showa-style modern building was built in 1932 as the office for the Nagoya Ceramic Trading Union. The exterior features a large half-circle window and terracotta bricks, and all four sides are covered in ceramic scratch coat tiles. The interior has Art Deco-style ceiling decorations and Ina ware mosaic floor tiles. The areas open to the public on the first floor include exhibitions of ceramic ware made in Nagoya before and after the war, a painting workshop, and a shop selling ceramics. The second floor and above are rented out to tenants—primarily architectural and design.

Parking Lot Toilet Souvenir Shop

DETAILS

Address 〒460-0025
1-10-3 Tokugawa, Higashi-ku, Nagoya
Area Eastern Area
Access Access by Train
●20-minute walk northeastwards from Exit 2 of Takaoka Station on the Sakura-dori subway line
●15-minute walk west from Morishita Station on the Meitetsu Seto Line.
Access by Bus
●5-minute walk south from City Bus "Akatsuka" Bus Stop.
TEL +81-52-935-7841(Inquiries in English not accepted)
FAX +81-52-935-9592(Inquiries in English not accepted)
Opening Hours Mondays-Fridays 10:00~17:00
(Last admission at 16:30)
Regular Holiday Saturdays, Sundays, public holidays, December 29-January 4, and other temporary closures
Cost Free admission
Parking 4 spaces 

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