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The museum is famous for its world-class collection of ancient Chinese bronze work, but it also holds valuable collection of other art works, such as porcelain, lacquer ware, and painting. Unfortunately, visitors cannot see all these collections at one visit, for two reasons. One is...More
It was a very good surprise. All is very well explicated with videos in english allowing to understand demonstrations. There is also free wifi with qr codes to flash to have written explanations. We discover all about sake making and why there is great and...More
The Hakutsuru museum presents a good and detailed exhibition about the making of sake (complete with life-size reproductions of the sake crafts) and in a welcome difference to the rest of museums in Japan it has explanations in english!
Also in the same museum you...More
I am actually living in Japan for few months, and so I thought I should go visit this museum ! I saw it from the Sumiyoshi River, and I loved it !!
It was so beautiful, the typical building and garden, but also the exhibition...More
You can enjoy not only exhibition but also the beautiful traditional Japanese building and Japanese garden where is a little water fall and stream .You must be relaxing so much.
It's open spring and fall only.