Mashiko Pottery Museum 益子陶芸美術館 

The Mashiko Pottery Museum exhibits the works of the late Shoji Hamada, a designated National Treasure along with related works and high quality pieces by local artists. The former residence of Shoji Hamada was moved to the site including a replica of his climbing kiln.

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Basic Information

Address 3021 Mashiko Haga-gun, Mashiko-machi
Telephone Number 0285-72-7555
Business Hours February to October: Open 9:30 – 5pm (last entry at 4:30pm)
November to January: Open 9:30am – 4pm (last entry at 3:30pm)
Days Closed for Business Closed on Mondays (except public holidays, in which case the museum is closed the next working day) and New Year holidays (25 December to 1 January)
Price Adults and students (aged 16 years and over) 600 yen
Seniors (over 65) 300 yen
Children (6-15 years old) 300 yen
Children (under 5) Free
DirectionsA 25-minute walk from Mashiko station on the Mooka Railway or a 70-minute bus ride from JR Utsunomiya station