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Ishibashi Museum, Kurume

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Art Museum
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  • Without losing, but we enjoyed the famous, the garden was very nice. It's bloomed, and "water lilies" in the pond. [Monet's water lilies: and. overlay. Also if you have a chance, and I want to visit in a different season.
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  • Come in pink or in a one-day bus tour was free, so saw the Museum out of his pocket. The name was changed to Kurume City Art Museum from Ishibashi Museum of art. Salvaged in Tokyo, Bridgestone will have made work. I'm Hiroshi Yoshida exhibition. Watercolors, woodcuts, oil paintings and many works are exhibited. Small museum shop and fashion sense is no longer helpful.
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  • Ishibashi Museum of art, from the 11/2016 name has been changed to Kurume City Art Museum. From 2/4 up to 3/20 Yoshida Hiroshi exhibition held, I went to. The best aspect of Yoshida retains works great with watercolors, oil paintings, woodblock prints and eclectic, but in this exhibition vague Watercolour background, clouds, water, trees, etc. In addition, depicts the mountain he trains all over the world walking around, actually climbed in the Alps of Switzerland and Japan, including a powerful. I think in delicate woodblock prints and the "mountain stream", great sense of depth. Restaurants and souvenir shops within and next to the Museum, guests can dine while watching the garden.
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