A museum with a broad range of exhibits on Okinawa’s pottery. Tsuboya has always been the leading force in the pottery scene of Okinawa, and the museum showcases exhibits introducing in detail its techniques and production process. The theater on the first floor shows films that recount the state of Tsuboya and how people lived and worked through the war. Nushinume Square on the outside of the third floor exhibit room is used for regional events and small concerts. Many people, not limited to ones in the pottery work, visit the shrine in the square to pray for Tsuboya and its continued development, among other things like health and wellbeing.
- Facility Information
- Through the museum, visitors will see the past, the present, and the future of Tsuboya pottery.
- Business Hours
- Last Entry: 17:30
- Monday, Dec 28 - January 4
- Entrance fee (group): 252JPY
Elementary - Junior High students: 84 yen / Senior High School - University students: 168 yen
- 1-9-32, Tsuboya,Naha-City, Okinawa Prefecture, 902-0065
- Parking Area
- 3 cars
Free. If full, please use surrounding private parking lots
- Transportation Access
- Approximately 20 minutes from Okinawa Expressway : Naha I.C. by Car (open road)
Approximately 7 minutes from Nearest bus stop : Tsuboya by Walk
Approximately 12 minutes from Makishi Station by Walk