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Seto, Aichi - Wikipedia


Seto (瀬戸市, Seto-shi) is a city located in Aichi Prefecture, Japan. As of May 2015, the city had an estimated population of 129,976 and a population density of ...

Seto city / Aichi Prefecture / Japan travel guide


Seto is a city located about 20 km east-northeast of Nagoya city. This area has produced good china clay. Since the 11th century, pottery and porcelain have ...

Seto/Nagakute Area - Japan National Tourism Organization


Aichi, Chubu. 1 ... The City of Seto is famous for its ceramics, which are called ' Setomono' in Japanese, named after the city. ... Around the Seto/Nagakute Area.

Seto Guide | JapanVisitor Japan Travel Guide


Seto, about 20km north east of Nagoya in Aichi Prefecture, is famous for its production of ceramics and has a number of interesting museums dedicated to the ...

Destinations - Aichi - Seto - The Yamasa Institute


Located 25 kilometres northeast of Nagoya in the low mountains of the Owari Hills, Seto is most well-known as one of the Nihon Rokkoyo.

Tokoname-yaki & Seto-yaki - AICHI | IS JAPAN COOL?


Two of these kilns (Seto and Tokoname) are located in Aichi Prefecture. Among the Japanese, these areas are both strongly associated with ceramics. Let's take  ...

Seto travel guide - Wikitravel


Seto (瀬戸) in Northern Aichi prefecture is synonymous with ceramics in Japan. This city is home to several ceramic artists and companies.

Pottery Town, Seto | Travel Reports | Japan Travel Nagoya, Chubu


Jan 26, 2015 ... Home > Travel Reports > Aichi > Pottery Town, Seto ... Seto is the first place that produced glazed pottery in Japan, about 1,000 years ago.

Seto-Mono Matsuri, the Pottery and Ceramics Festival of Ancient ...


Of Japan's six famed traditional pottery and ceramic production centers, two are in Aichi. One is Tokoname, the other is Seto, so famous since ancient times that ...

SETO - せと・まるっとミュージアム公式サイト


Seto as Pottery-Producing Center Seto City, Aichi Prefecture Seto City is a center of pottery production. One of the Japanese words for pottery, “setomono”, ...