The Liszt Institute Hungarian Cultural Center of Tokyo is hosting an exhibition of the well-known Hungarian Herend Porcelain Manufactory. They describe the operations of the Herend technology, the phases of handcrafted porcelain making, based on centuries of knowledge, through samples. Visitors can also read about their history, as well as show off some of the products born from the meeting of Japanese culture and Herend porcelain.
The exhibition also recalls the most important events of the nearly 200-year-old past of the Herend manufactory, which are also the stages of Hungarian industrial history.
If you are interested, the exhibition can be seen until May 26 at the Liszt Institute Hungarian Cultural Center (3-8-1 Azabu Juban, Minato-ku, Tokyo).