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Museum of Modern Ceramic Art, Gifu
Museum of Modern Ceramic Art, Gifu was established in 2002 as part of gCeramic Park MINOh.
With "Modern Age of Ceramic Art" as its theme, the Museum of Modern Ceramic Art, Gifu collects modern works of ceramic art from Japan and around the world and holds various exhibitions. Through ceramics, it also creates a human network and promotes activities to develop a relationship with the local community.

The feature of the building
Ceramic Park MINO was designed by the world-renowned architect Arata Isozaki.
Museum of Modern Ceramic Art, Gifu uses cutting-edge seismic isolation with a translational pendulum system for its museum exhibition area to protect valuable works of ceramic art from earthquakes.

Mission Statement
We aim to offer a new cultural hub that exposes residents of the prefecture to ceramics while adding excitement and joy to their lives.
We aim to exhibit a variety of ceramic works and provide easy-to-understand information in order to inspire people to take up creative activities.
We aim to establish a network with other museums both inside and outside the prefecture and undertake museum activities with a broader perspective.
We aim to become an open museum in cooperation with ceramic artists and Ceramics Park Mino.
  We aim to contribute to the continued development of the ceramics industry by cooperating with the design field, among others, and by providing information to an international audience.

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