Oribe no Sato Park

The park which is full of green. In the park, four kilns and workshops are restored. There are the Motoyashiki earthenware ruins of a kiln of the country designated historic spot. The Momoyama, Mino earthenware was full of the height of in Momoyama era. It is known as the kiln which burnt the perfect gem. Mino local oldest Renbou-type ascending kiln. The huge ascending kiln which was excavated in 1958. The large kiln is restored to understand the structure in the kiln and is just displayed an excavated figure. In a 5-minute walk Mino ceramics history museum. The excavated articles from these ruins of kilns are displayed mainly. The excavated articles from the ruins of kilns in the city are displayed, too.



Map
[ Access ]
It is a 15-minute walk from JR Tokishi station
[ Hours ]
From 9:00 to 17:00
[ Fees ]
Free of charge
[ Closed ]
Monday (in the case of a holiday Wednesday), the next day, the year-end and New Year holidays
[ Links(Japanese) ]
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