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My friend and i wanted to see Tamba potters....well do not plan a visit in Jan.....everyone was closed except for one shop....but it was still a beautiful ride on the train and the Museum was a good place to visit. We got a bus but...More
The museum is on a hillside looking across a valley at a mountain, at the foot of which are dozens of potteries making Tambayaki. There are three floors of ceramic galleries and a restaurant serving the best food of our first three weeks in Japan....More