Miyagawa Kozan - Makuzu Ware Museum
The first Miyagawa Kozan built his atelier in Yokohama in 1871 (Meiji 4). His Makuzu ware drew high praise in World Expositions and many of his works were shipped abroad. “Makuzu ware” was loved across the world. The museum exhibits a lot of Makuzu ware masterpieces that had returned to Japan from France, Britain, and the States in recent years. The exhibition also displays changes in style. Enjoy “terrific technique” and “magically beautiful colors” to the fullest.
Open only Saturdays and Sundays (however, closed during New Year's holiday, etc.)
In order to prevent the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19), various facilities may change their operating days or hours.
Adults: 800 yen