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Kyushu National Museum, Dazaifu

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Learn the history of the island at Kyushu National Museum, an institution dedicated to the cultural heritage of Kyushu. Opened in 2005, the distinctive glass and wood building provides an impressive setting for permanent and temporary exhibitions regarding different aspects and eras of the island's past. The modernist structure's forward-thinking designs gets reflected inside, with a good range of innovative and interactive features helping to communicate the museum's main messages and bring its extensive array of artifacts--including ceramics, jewelry, and artworks--to life. Put Kyushu National Museum into our Dazaifu vacation route planner to see other points of interest to visit during your vacation in Dazaifu.
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • Kyushu National Museum is the biggest museum in kyushu and the 4th(?) national museum in Japan. It has a seasonal exhibition and a permanent cultural exhibition, the permanent one it has a lot of coll...  more »
  • The visit to this place should be tied up with the visit to Dazaifu shrine and another shrine that is right after the exit from the subway. The design of the building is futuristic and the exhibits in...  more »
  • It's quite a building housing Japanese artifacts. I'm not really patient going through museums so I don't have much to comment on, however the architectural design is quite impressive. It's not very c...  more »
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  • Great history and artifacts! Recommend visiting if you have the time.
  • Awesome collection and great exhibitions from time to time. The souvenier shop is very cool.
  • This is a must see Japanese museum. The quality of the art collection is first rate and includes art from a number of Asian countries. The museum itself is stunning and easy to visit. You can easily spend three hours enjoying the beautiful collections exhibited. The museum also has special exhibits but reservations are usually necessary and may still involve quite a lengthy waiting in line.
  • Audio description available on multiple languages. Big selection of historical artifacts ranging from 1300s to the start of globalization
  • Not as much in the museum as expected. What was there was very repetitive, I lost interest 3/4 of the way through.