A local museum with a many masterpieces and a lot of information to learn about the history and the techniques of pottery making in the Tsuboya district.
A historical kiln that was discovered during the construction of the building is also on display at its original location.
Videos from our archives are also projected on a big screen, showing scenes of the district’s past.
On the square behind the museum is the ancient Wakuta kiln.
|Company name||Naha City Cultural Assets Division|
Naha Tsuboya 1-9-32
12 minutes on foot from Makishi station.
5 minutes from Tsuboya bus stop (lines #17 #55 #112)
|Example price||Adults ￥315 University and High School students ￥210 Children (Junior High School and under) ￥105
Groups over 20 people, and Yui Rail day-pass holders get a 20% discount.
|Parking available||free. 3 cars available|
|Closed||Closed on Mondays, except during the Golden Week at the beginning of May.
In case Monday is a National Holiday, the museum will be open on Monday and will close on Tuesday instead.
Closed from Dec. 28 to Jan. 4.