Tokoname is a city located in Aichi Prefecture, Japan.
In May 2015 the city had an estimated population of 57.024 and a population density of 1020 persons per km². The total area was 55.89 square kilometres.
Restaurants in Tokoname
4 based on 118 reviews
Had a great time in Tokoname exploring the pottery for which that region is famous. Would recommend shipping or carrying on any purchases made. One item in one checked in bag broke. Many others were fine with carry-on. Also highly recommend the little udon noodle shop in town.....don't know the name unfortunately!
4 based on 308 reviews
Lovely deck of the Centrair with amazing location and great view of the planes. Came here the night before I need to catch my fright at Centrair and have amazing time watching the plane, the sky and the amazing story telling display at the desk. So good place to good before your fright. I came here at mid-November, so the desk was quite windy at night.
4 based on 115 reviews
This is really a huge shopping mall with a wide variety of specialty stores and a big food court too.
Very spacious and well appointed with nice toilets. It could easily take several hours to walk through the entire mall. There is a large supermarket at one end and even some car showrooms at the other end.
4 based on 92 reviews
Part of this town has been kept in a very old style where the roads are tiny, and you walk around to see the various kilns and pottery makers. Sweet and enjoyable with a couple cafes in between. I really enjoyed it! Some tiny boutiques too!
4 based on 41 reviews
When you passed airport information counters, a warm greeting with a smile definitely makes your day!
Recently I have 5 hours to wait till my next connecting flight, went to info counter and was guided on what I can do. The receptionist recommended that I can go to Aeon Mall nearby either by subway or free shuttle service. Guided me with all the details and it was a joy to be out walking around the Mall rather stuck in airport.
Due to upcomign Christmas, there was a live concert by the schools which makes the atmosphere so festively.
Overall, it was one of the cleanliness airport.
4 based on 18 reviews
Most impressive stop along the Pottery Path in Tokoname. Not to be missed if you love pottery making. You can imagine making beautiful wood fired pieces in the ancient way as you peer into these old kilns. Worth the hike.
3.5 based on 45 reviews
the signs are non existence, you have to walk to a small path across it to access the bridge to it. As it faces the road and its on the edge of the slope, you can't really manage to take a pic next to it with it or take a pic of its front.
4 based on 25 reviews
4 based on 18 reviews
Enjoy the view and work of different artists making the famous Japanese cat. Interesting and fun to watch while arriving to the start point of Tokoname pottery path
4 based on 20 reviews
We took the train from Nagoya to Tokoname to visit the Pottery Path. This was a good start with information and fun little souvenirs to our walk.
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