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Noritake no Mori

3-1-36 Noritake Shinmachi, Nishi-ku, Nagoya 451-0051, Aichi Prefecture
+81 52-561-7290
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Super cheap, peaceful

This place is a small collection of buildings and gardens owned by the Noritake ceramics company... read more

Reviewed 18 September 2017
Melbourne, Florida
via mobile
Wonderful English signage and support

My husband and I really enjoyed our visit to the Noritake welcome center, craft center and garden... read more

Reviewed 3 August 2017
Birmingham, AL, USA
via mobile
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  • Poor1%
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“bone china” (5 reviews)
“fine china” (2 reviews)
“hand painting” (2 reviews)
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3-1-36 Noritake Shinmachi, Nishi-ku, Nagoya 451-0051, Aichi Prefecture
+81 52-561-7290
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Reviewed 18 September 2017 via mobile

This place is a small collection of buildings and gardens owned by the Noritake ceramics company. Admission to the area is free and the museum inside is only ¥500. The exhibits show how the porcelain products are made in both Japanese and English. The store...More

Thank lucario719
Reviewed 3 August 2017 via mobile

My husband and I really enjoyed our visit to the Noritake welcome center, craft center and garden. I had no idea that Noritake had so many different industries besides just dishes. There was good English signage and even QR code supports for some exhibits. It...More

Thank kellyes2017
Reviewed 3 May 2017

Took a side trip to the Noritake Garden Park. Within the park is the Noritake showroom for fine china and other dinnerware accessories. The kids played outside in the park while the moms shopped inside. Very good customer service. There's also a craft center located...More

Thank AdmarLon
Reviewed 23 April 2017

This fairly new museum boasts an awesome and quite extensive collection of priceless historical Noritake bone china pieces. They stand behind protective plexiglass, but their beauty emits through the lucite haze. One case shows the design pages that the artisans used for hand painting the...More

1  Thank culturevulture94
Reviewed 12 April 2017

The Garden is small and designed as a pleasant place for families. There are restaurants, museums and and factory outlet store. It was early spring and little was in bloom aside from the Cherry trees,

1  Thank Robert T
Reviewed 4 April 2017

Lovers of china ware must visit the beautiful Noritake Garden offering history, craft tradition, china paining experience, shopping and tasty food all in one place. Easy to spend at least half a day or full day at the relaxing grounds. Learn how one plate launched...More

1  Thank Soo K
Reviewed 15 March 2017 via mobile

Noritake no mori a museum cum shop for expensive porcelain products. Display is very interesting with dishes used by kings and Queen. They have a cafeteria also inside. There is a open area where they have some exhibition and sales carried out. Nagoya sight seeing...More

Thank Prasanna L
Reviewed 10 November 2016

We enjoyed our visit at Noritake Museum and cafe. They let visitors walk along a guided line inside the warehouse., and we are so close to the crafters table that we can see the details works and all. At the end of warehouse visit, we...More

1  Thank sandra n
Reviewed 3 November 2016

This is a museum, educational facility, store, and outlet sales all in one. I primarily came for the museum, as I love to look at china tableware designs. I came to see if I could find my mother's Noritake china pattern at the museum, but...More

3  Thank MadrugadaMistral
Reviewed 18 October 2016

This was my second visit to Nagoya and to Noritake . The museum is well worth the visit and if you thought Noritake only made plates etc. you'll be pleasantly surprised. The cafe is very pleasant. Plenty of lovey pieces on display in the shop...More

3  Thank CEC939
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23 January 2017|
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Response from 旅好きじいさん | Reviewed this property |
Closing day is usually scheduled on Monday. If Monday is National Holiday, the Monday is open and the Holiday is shift to the following Tuesday. I hope you can visit here open day.
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23 January 2017|
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Response from Joe_from_Boston | Reviewed this property |
I would expect them to be open, but you should check with them directly since you are planning a special trip.