The Japan Folk Crafts Museum preserves old and new traditional crafts from all over Japan, which were handmade as daily necessities for common people.
The museum has a collection of about 8,000 items, mainly ceramics from the Old Tamba and Old Seto periods, as well as lacquerware, dyed textiles and other items, which are always on display.
|name|| Japan Folk Crafts Museum (Nihon Kogeikan)|
|business holiday||Mondays, 2nd Tuesday of the month, GW, exhibition change days|
|fee||Admission 500 yen|
|residence||3-7-6 Nambanaka, Naniwa-ku, Osaka-shi, Osaka|
10 minutes walk from Exit 5 of Osaka Municipal Subway Namba Station.