As I said, the small things are a treasure.
I was pleased to see how the people arranged their plants and flowers here. Ideas that I myself would never think of!
Some planted in a log, others in an old gear oil drum - the mixes of colour and texture were an artist's dream.
Take the walking tour as shown on the tourist map, and also go to a pottery and make some pottery. The pottery will fire the pottery and post your pottery to you a month later.
Seto was of interest to me because of its pottery history. It is mainly an aging ceramics centre, making commercial and industrial ceramics. I could not see much of a living art and craft that I always imagine is to be seen in Japan.
Directions: There are many places of varying quality for making pottery. It is always best to enquire at the information centre. You could specify the type of ceramics you are interested in, that is electric or wAdd to your Trip Planner