Tokoname, famous for making ceramics, is also the home of the lucky cat. From the airport expressway, I saw a huge lucky cat beckoning all the way. There is even a beckoning cat street in Tokoname, with various beckoning cat furnishings on both sides.
There are many small pottery shops on this street. After all, this is the hometown of pottery in Japan. Some cats have very beautiful doors and are suitable for souvenirs. However, consignment is a problem, so you must pack them.
It’s a bit sluggish here. Behind the beckoning cat, you can go up the alleys and see how you go. I watched the cat all the way from the slope and went uphill. I don’t know, please look at my map. It’s easy to get lost.
Tokoname is the hometown of the lucky cat. Many of his places have the lucky cat, and this is the hometown of ceramics. On both sides of Tokonameyaki’s historic streets, there are porcelains of different shapes, which are extremely distinctive.
Climbing up the stairs along the hillside is the Changhua Ancient Street Trail! I personally like this kind of ancient Japanese style alleys, and I have an inexplicable affection for it! At noon, the typical Japanese architecture in the sun is even better! There are few tourists here and it's incredibly quiet! Several fresh-style porcelain shops selling Tokoname-yaki are hidden in such quiet streets, like a paradise, even the cats in the shop can be so comfortable! I went all the way and watched all the way, but my eyes were not enough!
The hometown of the lucky cat! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! !
Preston_Dominguez: Tokoname, Aichi Prefecture
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Tokoname City Pottery Footpath,Great Beckoning Cat Statue,Togama Square Museum,Ceramall,INAX MUSEUMS