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Tokoname Travel Guide

Tokoname is a city in Aichi Prefecture, Japan. It has many popular attractions, including Tokoname City Pottery Footpath, Great Beckoning Cat Statue, making it well worth a visit.
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What to Do
Looking for things to do in Tokoname? We provide up-to-date info on everything from must-see scenic spots to local hangouts.
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Great Beckoning Cat Statue
Togama Square Museum
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Nagoya Glassblowing
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Rinku Beach
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Orale, Centrair
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Fu no Yu
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Ono Castle Ruins
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神明社
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Mentai Park Tokoname
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Noborikama
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Where to Stay
Discover the most popular places to stay in Tokoname, complete with recommendations from fellow travelers and special hotel offers.
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What to Eat
Want to eat like a local? Don't miss out on these top Tokoname dishes and foodie spots.
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Aviator Grill
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"Afternoon Tea"
Yabaton, Chubu International Airport
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Aviator Grill
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"Fast Food"
"Afternoon Tea"
OTOUFUYUBAISHIKAWAIOMMOHRUTOKONAMETEN
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Eboryushon
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MARUHA Rinkutokonameten
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"Seafood"
BEN DIAN ZHONG BU GUO JI KONG GANG DIAN
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Centrair Sarazan
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"Asian Cuisine"
Maruya-honten Chubukokusaikukoten
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Sekai noYamachan
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Wako, Centrair Chubu International Airport
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Ruohujia
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Discover the Real Tokoname With a Local Expert

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I found the hometown of the Tokoname fortune cat by accident in Nagoya. Route: Get on at Meitetsu in Nagoya, take the Meitetsu (55 mins) and Meitetsu Tokkyu (42 mins) lines and arrive at Nagoya station - two stations - Chubu Centrair International Airport - don't transfer and get off at Tokoname after 11 stations. Then, after walking for 600m, you will find the fortune cat pathway.
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Tokoname City Known for its roasting ceramics, it is the hometown of Lucky Cat. The Changsha Town is built on a hillside. The "ceramic walkway" runs between these hillsides. There is even a lucky cat street on both sides. There are various kinds of lucky cats on both sides. People who like lucky cats and cats must pay attention. Most of the lucky cats produced in Japan are produced from Changsha, and the lucky cats were born in the late Edo period. The hand of the lucky cat is also very particular. The right hand is the male cat, which symbolizes the lucky treasure; while the left hand is the female cat, which symbolizes the marriage. The red cat represents luck, while the black cat is mostly used to ward off evil spirits. It is also a mascot that must be placed at the door of many Japanese businesses. There are two promenades in the Tong Siu Burning Ancient Street. The a route is about 1.6 kilometers and it takes about 60 minutes. And this 60 minutes made me go for 2 hours. Who told too many cute cats here! ! There are many kinds of cats in various forms on the Lucky Cat Avenue, which were contributed by the burning of each family when the cat was first built. Here, you can be very close to the normal life of a regular person. There are about 300 households living here. In the most prosperous period, every household here is burning porcelain. At most, there are 300-400 chimneys here, and even the sparrows are blackened. Now, the chimneys here are basically cut into ornaments, but there are still many small shops selling many porcelain supplies, even you can
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