Dr. Charnvit Kasetsiri, the Academic Prize laureate of Fukuoka Prize 2012, has donated Thai Ceramic and porcelain collection to Fukuoka City Museum in an effort to make the history of exchange between Japan and Thailand known to a wider audience. The special exhibition ‘Thai Ceramic and Porcelain Exhibition’to introduce some 50 Thai ceramic and porcelain artifacts including Dr. Kasetsiri’s donated materials collected by Fukuoka City Museum and Fukuoka City Archaeological Center, will open at Fukuoka City Museum.
The Grand Prize laureate of this year’s prize, Professor Thongchai Winichakul, is also from Thailand. We hope you will visit and enjoy the opportunity to learn about the history of exchange between Thailand and Fukuoka.
From Tuesday 5th September to Sunday 5th November 2023
Special Exhibition room 3, Fukuoka City Museum,
3-1-1, Momochihama, Sawara-ku, Fukuoka
Closed: Mondays (If Monday falls on a national holiday, the next day)
Adult : 200 yen (150 yen) High school and University Students : 150 yen（100 yen）
No charge for Junior High School Students and younger
( ) Rate for groups of 20 or more
Admission to the Permanent Exhibition and Feature Exhibition Rooms are the same.
Admission to the Special Exhibition Room is set differently.
※ Free admission on 3rd November, National culture day
Fukuoka City Museum