Karatsu Ware Federation Exhibition Hall
Adjacent to Karatsu Station, this exhibition hall displays and sells (from ¥500) local potters' works.
At the far end of the Yobuko market is the Nakao Mansion, opened in 2011, the painstakingly refurbished home and processing house of a...
Kyū-Takatori-tei is a fabulously restored late–Meiji Period villa of a local trader, built in a mix of Japanese and Western styles, with...
On the shopping street near the station, this renowned tofu shop has been in business since the Edo period and serves set meals starring...
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Nakazato Tarōemon information
This kiln-gallery is dedicated to the life and work of the potter (1923–2009) responsible for the revival of Karatsu ware. His work is in the inner gallery.