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Takenaka Carpentry Tools Museum, Kobe
(4.5/5 based on 55+ reviews on the web)
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TripAdvisor
  • I'll be honest, the true purpose of my visit here was to make my very own pair of chopsticks by hand. They hold workshops during the weekends where you can pay a little extra and make something, so ob...  more »
  • A Museum of Carpenter tools? Should this be interesting? Yes, because it is a Museum of wood and wooden structures - and in Japan, there is much in wood; New rings this tradition has been revived ban by architects such as Shigeru. And if one has been in this Museum, you've learned much about H wood and how to put together a temple or a House from them.
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  • Many reviewers have covered the museum in detail. Chuck from Kobe gives one of the most useful reviews. My addition is that, when we visited, this September, we saw a temporary exhibition devoted to t...  more »
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  • Fantastic museum! So much information which is all displayed beautifully. And the entrance fee is very reasonable. Excellent English guide that is both audio and visual on a little iPad which is free to rent for your visit. A very relaxing setting too, make time to just sit upstairs and look out at the garden. My favorite part was the partially constructed teahouse. This is one of the best museums I've seen in Japan.
  • Free rental of tablet device video and audio guide and. Volunteers have been on holidays am just commentary is recommended. Just tell me the more enjoyable and deeply or question, or answer questions or talk about your own experience and depth of tools, there was excitement in the great discovery.
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  • It is a short walk from the Shinkansen Shin-Kobe station Museum. Tool are displayed here because Keaton's grandfather was architect Spiderman, father, is very Metro. You can learn the history of Arts of Japan. Please visit.
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  • Wooden construction technologies of Japan easy to understand, are exhibited. I was surprised technology concatenate columns, especially without the use of nails. Want to see more children.
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  • Introduces Japan carpentry skills and tools or experience in the exhibition and demonstration video as well. The Carpenter's tools in the beautiful crafts 見harimasu eyes. Once the closing time without noticing the time exceeded is the staff watched from afar, I feel miserable. Better had multiplied the voice.
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