Fukuyama Museum of Art, Fukuyama

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13 reviews
  • January 27, 2017
    Yet a new building? Very simple and clean and Nice. With a variety of exhibits and wonderful.
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  • August 16, 2016
    Yorinuki Kishida Liu students exhibition and exhibition of Hiroshige was if you go by that has held the exhibition of Sazae-San. And get examined at the reception held at the Hiroshima Museum Sazae-San. Fukushima Yamagata decided to go inside because the Museum is free on the first floor and second floor. Return locker is 100 yen. Hiroshige exhibition is on the first floor a year up to 8/7. The late from 8/9 up to 9/4. Here's a decent visitors is fewer visitors, Kishida Liu exhibition on the second floor is Ivy.
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  • July 2, 2016
    Probably had a temporary exhibition, such as Monet and Picasso millet was. Picasso is particularly distinctive from now what you understand. Museums also are holding out on stage, so we checked in advance and may be better.
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