Three recommended “Tokoname-yaki” shops|Near Nagoya


“Tokoname-yaki” is one of the types of Japanese pottery.
“Tokonameyaki” is a traditional pottery that has been in production since the 12th century.

Here are three recommended shops where you can buy “Tokoname-yaki”.
The location is easily accessible from Chubu Centrair International Airport and Nagoya, so be sure to stop by.

“Tokoname Store”, pastel colored pottery

“Tokoname Store” sells cute pastel colored pottery.
The most popular is the “Tokoname Tea Family” series that inherits the tradition of Tokoname’s teaware.

I actually feel delicious when I drink tea or coffee.
Also, the touch is very pleasant.

The “Tokoname Crock” series has recently gained popularity.

A storage pot suitable for stock ingredients.
Seasonings such as salt and sugar can also be stored in a fresh state.

A mini-pitcher with a cute form like a chick can also be used as a room interior.

The color and quality of the pottery of “Tokoname Store” are highly appreciated from overseas.
Popular in Belgium and Netherlands.
However, because it is made by fine manual work, mass production is not possible, and it seems that it is currently waiting for several months until delivery even after receiving an order.

Access and opening hours

First, head to Tokoname Station.

Access to Tokoname-yaki from Nagoya
Take Nagoya train from Nagoya Station to Tokoname-yaki. (660 yen, 30 minutes)

Access to Tokoname-yaki from Chubu Centrair International Airport
Take the Meitetsu train from Chubu International Airport Station to Tokoname-yaki. (Several yen 5 minutes)

It is a 10-minute walk from Tokoname Station.

Business hours: 11:00 – 19:00
Regular holiday: Wednesday

“Gallery Munenori-gama”, modern pottery

In this store, handmade Japanese modern “Tokoname-yaki” is lined up.

This refined free cup is baked three times to create a black “Tokonameyaki” with a stylish gold color.

Access and opening hours

It is a 10 minute walk from Tokoname Station.

Opening hours: 10:00 – 17:00
Regular holiday: Irregular holidays

Kenjien, polka-dot ceramics

There are a lot of cute “Tokoname-yaki” popular in the shop with polka dots and a retro atmosphere.
Kneading three colors of white, red, and green to create a marble-like unique marble pattern on the ceramic skin.

This is a free cup that is light, easy to hold and easy to touch.

Access and opening hours

It is a 20 minute walk from Tokoname Station.

Business hours: 9:00 – 18:00
Regular holiday: Irregular holidays


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