This museum used to be a factory to produce Hibachi brazier and platter. From the Taisho era to Showa Era, all of the process was done within this factory from clay processing to forming, painting, and firing, which was quite a rare case as a pottery factory. Loved by many people, the museum is designated as one of the Modern Industrial Heritage from The Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry of Japan, and also as Saga's Heritage.
|Address||3073, Kumaotsu, Shiota-cho, Ureshino City, Saga Prefecture|
|Official Name||Shida Pottery Museum
|Opening Hours||9AM - 5PM|
|Access||30 Min from Ureshino IC
25 Min by Yutoku Bus from JR Hizen Kahima Station. 3 Min Walk from Nishiyama Bus Stop.
|Parking Availability||Free Parking Available for 30 Cars|
|Cell Phone Battery Charging||Unavailable|
|Wi-fi Availability||Available at All Areas|
|Estimated Time to Enjoy||30 Min - 1H|
|Foreign Language Support||Enjoyable without Understanding Japanese
Sign Boards in foreign languages (English, Chinese, Korean)
|Notes||Pottery experience is available (charged).|
|MAPCODE||104 262 381*87|