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The INAX MUSEUMS, located in Tokoname City, Aichi Prefecture, a city famous for its pottery, is an experiential museum that conveys the charm of earth and pottery. You can enjoy tile art and tour the Tile Museum Museum, which is like a jewel box of decorative tiles.

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Colorful Tiling Workshop

" Tiling Workshop " is an Workshop where you can enjoy art using colorful tiles. There are many experiences that you can enjoy casually without making a reservation in advance!

Tile Wreath Workshop

Wreaths are said to be "charms that bring happiness." Why not decorate your wreath with colorful tiles to brighten up the seasons, such as Christmas and New Year? There are many ways to enjoy them, such as as room interior decorations or door plates.

Please come and experience making a lovely and lovely wreath.

[Location] INAX MUSEUMS"Tiling Workshop"

[Price] Diameter 14cm/1 set

[Time required] 60 ​​minutes [Reservations] Not required

Free Time Crafting

We have a wide selection of everyday items, such as photo frames and clips. Stick colorful mosaic tiles together with glue to create your own original work. This is an experience that even children can easily participate in.

Tile House Workshop

Decorate the wooden house, which doubles as a piggy bank, with colorful mosaic tiles to create a colorful house. It's an easy experience for children to join in, as they glue the tiles together. Chimney parts are included in the set.

A wide variety of Workshop available

The INAX MUSEUMS offers a wide variety of hands-on activities. Check out the Mosaic Art Workshop, painting, and Shiny Clay Ball Workshop(some activities require online reservations).

Click here for the "Create" experience menu

Jewel Box of Decorative Tiles! "Tile Museum"

The museum houses over 7,000 decorative tiles from around the world, dating from the pre-Christian era to modern times.

A museum specializing in tiles that researches the history and culture of tiles and conveys their appeal.

You can experience the beauty of tiles that have fascinated humanity and the passionate decorative spirit of our ancestors.

The Soul of Decoration

On the first floor, six decorative tile spaces from 5,500 years ago to the present day are realistically recreated!

Tiles: Transcending Time and Space

The tile collection, which dates from before Christ to modern times, is displayed by region (Orient, Islam, Spain, Holland, England, China, and Japan).

Visit

Opening hours: 10:00AM – 5:00PM (last entry 4:30PM)

Closed: Wednesdays (open on public holidays), New Year holidays

General admission fee (tax included): 700 yen for adults, 500 yen for high school and university students, 250 yen for elementary and junior high school students

* If you only participate in the Workshop, no admission fee is required.

Address: 1-130 Okueicho, Tokoname City, Aichi Prefecture, 479-8586

TEL: 0569-34-8282

Access

・Nearest station: Meitetsu Line Tokoname Station (about 25 minutes on foot)

・Bus: From Tokoname Station on the Meitetsu Line or Chubu Centrair International Airport, take the Chita Bus bound for Chita Handa Station

2 minutes walk from "INAX MUSEUMS"

(Free parking for 80 cars)

・10 minutes from Chubu Centrair International Airport

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INAX MUSEUMS is a museum of clay and pottery located in Tokoname City, Aichi Prefecture, one of the six ancient kilns of Japan. As the word "Live" in the museum's name suggests, the facility offers dynamic activities that allow children to have fun, learn, and play using all five senses. The lush outdoor spaces scattered across the six buildings change appearance with the seasons, making your time here a pleasant one. With exhibitions, workshops, and more, new discoveries and surprises await you every time you visit. Please enjoy your encounter with clay, pottery, and the history, charm, and joy of craftsmanship.

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