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Nezu Museum

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Nezu Museum

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6-5-1 Minamiaoyama, Minato 107-0062 Tokyo Prefecture
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Karen T. Kim wrote a review Feb 2020
51 contributions37 helpful votes
the garden outside is definitely the highlight here for me. but of course the museum is enjoyable and informative. nice location, central to Omotesando where you can have a bite at cicada too. the gift shop always has something fun too! great gift spot ;)
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Emma C wrote a review Jan 2020
Oxford, United Kingdom2,236 contributions301 helpful votes
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I spent a lovely 2 hours wandering around all the different exhibits. When I visited the special exhibition was on tea making bits and bobs...very beautiful and interesting. The main draw for me though was all the Buddhist items. Theres a wide variety from all over the Buddhist world all displayed in darkened rooms/areas with spot lighting...very stylish. The other thing that brought me here was the gardens...and they were stunning. It's a really lovely place to follow meandering paths around and to find a quiet place to sit and contemplate. The only drawbacks were the cost to get in ¥1100 and the fact that photos were not allowed anywhere in the museum (only in the garden). I understand that they don't want hordes of people clambering to get that selfie or insta pic, but still. I would add that the gift shop is full of beautiful things, but that too was really expensive.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Randall S wrote a review Dec 2019
Honolulu, Hawaii173 contributions33 helpful votes
We went back this time just for the gardens. It is a short trip but well work the subway ride and the couple blocks of walling to view the gardens in any season.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Honestcouple wrote a review Dec 2019
Lancashire135 contributions44 helpful votes
Make time for both the museum and the garden, a lot of which is even wheelchair-friendly. Some exhibits 13th century BC! Top quality art.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Marsha H wrote a review Nov 2019
Los Angeles, California27 contributions7 helpful votes
The Nezu Museum and Garden was the residence of a Japanese industrialist who collected his country's and Chinese cultural gems. This garden has meandering hillsides, streams, rocks, and statues. We arrived at the height of its autumn foliage and were awed at every turn. Because it is out of the way and a little rainy, it was not crowded. It was our favorite garden in Tokyo (and I have been to most of them). A must-visit -- especially in koyo season. There is an elevator that allows some accessibility, but the steps would be hard to people with walking issues.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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