Karatsu Furusato Hall “Arpino”

Travel Guide - Karatsu Furusato Hall

Information

Karatsu Furusato Hall "Arpino" is a tourist facility which introduces Karatsu city and its local products.
There is an information center and a souvenir shop on the first floor.
Karatsu-yaki ware potteries made by the local pottery makers are displayed and sold on the second floor.
Visitors can also try drawing pictures on the potteries.
The third floor is a Japanese restaurant where you can enjoy Karatsu's seafood dishes.

Opening Hours

  • 9:00 – 18:00

Closed

  • January 1

Access / Public Transport

  • Short walk from JR Karatsu Station

Address / Location

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