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Aomori Museum of Art, Aomori
(3.4/5 based on 220+ reviews on the web)
Boasting minimalist, geometric architecture, Aomori Museum of Art affords a look at the contemporary and individualistic works coming out of the region. Not only specializing in the work of artists from Aomori, the museum offers a look at some of the work of national and international artists, including Picasso and Matisse. Take in a diverse range of disciplines, from sculpture to drawings, and peruse a well-stocked library and gift shop. The building's grounds are peaceful and green, with various locations to sit and relax. Consider bringing along a picnic to enjoy while contemplating the works on display. Put Aomori Museum of Art and other Aomori attractions into our Aomori trip itinerary builder, and watch your holiday take shape.
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  • I went to see Aomori-Ken. It is cute. In addition, came watching Sawamura's war photo exhibition and collection. , I thought another good looking at Collections.
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  • Aoyama going dog wanted to see we have. Away from the Aomori city is annoying but cute separately. Museum of uniforms were first of all cute and surprise. Arrangement between the works was like. Seals are cute, and was knocked out. Oh I wanted to see you safely going dog and also to the staff. It was relaxing in starts has been slightly autumn scenery around the Museum.
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  • Expensive entry fee for paltry collection and pretentious attitude. No photos allowed of anything. Exterior of building has one striking vantage point, but from anywhere else is a brutal white block o...  more »