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Ikeda 20th Century Museum, Ito
(5/5 based on 15+ reviews on the web)
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  • Stopped by on the way back from the Izu Niles XIV. Done, I was surprised! Many paintings of masters of painting in the world. I see this replica? "And now to listen. Their guards Museum in Ueno, Akasaka, bad attitude, with a mask "and stop. Walk faster "and and tourist" photos are bad (OK but many leading museums in Europe and America) ", and paying a huge amount of money, look at the paintings of the masters (please let me see? ) By far-far-and is far more meaningful. Admission is, reasonable number of works and impressive. If refuses to curators for art studies is the photos are OK and that. Well, I am about the contents of the exhibition, all listed here does not. Rabbit corner, absolutely worth a look. Despite the drawback is just amazing high-quality exhibitions that is not control of the indoor environment (temperature, humidity, etc.). That from the parking lot to the entrance of the steep stairs. In the absence of elevators and escalators inside. It is 3 points.
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  • It is a museum located in Izu-Kogen villa grounds. Showcases the works of the famous painter Renoir, surprised to.
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  • In this area rare "real art is in the permanent exhibition, growing textbook, since it is a respected writer, went close to, drop in at the what. To-I'm more!-and fellow travelers will be impressed.
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