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If you get the Osaka Metro pass you get a discount at this museum. The museum is not that big but the items are nicely exhibited, with informative signs. It is a good place to go in bad weather if you are interested in ceramics...More
This small/medium size museum has a very nice setting in a nice part of Osaka to walk around. At the moment is a Sevres exhibit which was outstanding. Everything so well lit, spacious, just a pleasure to look around. There is a small gift shop...More
I'm not always a fan of these types of museums - sometimes I find they just stuff too much in them. But this museum gets it just right - plenty of content, but not too much, and not too tightly packed !
I really enjoyed...More
After a nice breakfast to fulfill my energy to start this day, i'm going to this place, i think this ceramics art was so wonderful, they created so many art like cup, bowl and another art again, i say it is educational place for all...More
We decided to visit after enjoying the Rose Garden. I was a bit let down by the large exhibit of French ceramics, I wasn't there to see French stuff. Afterwards, I felt the price was high considering it wasn't mostly locally significant. I did like...More
I’m into Japanese pottery but found this to be a bit boring and not worth the terrible for the average tourist. Saying that though, I’m sure it would appeal to those studying ancient Japan/China potteries.
We visited on Sunday when there was a special exhibition on French porcelain: 300 Years of creation of Sevres, so most of the Japanese exhibits had been put away. Still, the exhibits were fascinating and the movie on how the French make huge porcelain vases...More