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Sano Art Museum, Mishima

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  • "Sword's talk about Polish culture" visited the exhibition on purpose. Is the Museum's famous collection of Japanese swords. You could watch interesting is not familiar with Samurai sword and see if what you do not know, here is for beginners easy to understand, carefully and accompanied by commentary, to the layman. I think can admire from before the Director is female, but produced a few introductory book of swords, so go read them in one visit, and more interesting.
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  • Visited on foot from Mishima-tamachi station, sidewalks, but, across the line, such as on the side strip of houses along the road to climb to the right appears. It was a homey atmosphere in a compact exhibition curator Mr. himself hailed the coming explanations, such as. Failed to get is to the Department on the day of admission ticket at the reception desk had to get should be like why was distributed to guerrilla throughout, was very disappointing. Also, the felt is missing is not corrective announcements of Museum shop with you two, but why not such display in one place but biased toward large processions on the other hand. In the dense, because these tend to fear factor ago tourism plan, such as travel may be a little hard.
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  • The collection of national treasure swords or mouth. To hold the exhibition of Japanese swords, coming in at that time. Personal good tiger was Toru exhibition. Tend to be privately owned or seen rarely on display were impressed. You won't miss the exhibition Sano Art Museum website, so check regularly. Japanese sword enthusiasts, we recommend.
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