Noritake Garden (Noritake no Mori)3.2
Noritake is a leading ceramic tableware company which is based in Nagoya. The Noritake no Mori (Noritake Garden), which was constructed on the former Noritake factory grounds, is a museum complex which introduces the history and products of Noritake. On its large lush green premises, there is the Welcome Center where you can learn about the history and business of Noritake through panels and video footages, the Noritake Museum which displays old Noritake masterpieces including exquisite vases and decorative plates, the Craft Center where you can get an up-close view of the creation process of porcelain or try painting them yourself, the Noritake Square Nagoya where you can purchase tableware products, the Red Brick Building which was their first factory operated from 1904 to 1975, the gardens where you can stroll among the 45-meter tall chimneys and a biotope, and the Restaurant Kiln and the Cafe Diamond Days where you can eat or drink with Noritake tableware.
Note: Following facilities are temporary closed due to construction (to be reopened in autumn 2021)
- Noritake Square Nagoya (shop)
- Cafe Diamond Days
- Parking lot
Purposeinstagrammable,Gourmet,experience,Seasonal Flowers,Nature & Wildlife,shopping,let's hang out!,Rainy Day
Airport/Sta.Kamejima Sta. (about 500m) Google Transit
We guide this spot.
3.05 months ago
Nice place to spend lazy Sunday afternoon. you can buy some expensive plates and decorative vases. There's a resto as well.
5.07 months ago
Lucky to find a place/park where you can relax, appreciate nature and breath fresh air 😊
5.07 months ago
Beautiful European style park
5.0a year ago
Lovely garden areas, old factory buildings, welcome centre free and good info, craft centre charge for adults but lovely museum and workshop to see the process and very well displayed information about it all. Can do your own painting too for extra charge. Really good for kids too and easy to walk from station.
4.0a year ago
Nice shop with elegant porcelain and brick abandoned kilns are worthy to see.