Inori no Oka Art Book Museum, Nagasaki

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  • July 22, 2017
    Came across a nice Museum in Nagasaki. 1 f 2 F was original exhibition specializing in children's books,. It sells books and postcards!
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  • June 2, 2017
    En route to Glover Park has felt a nice appearance. Building fittings and a fairytale appearance came out to talk. Books had been sold in a very fairy tale world, it was.
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  • April 5, 2017
    On the way to the Glover Park souvenir shop Street is lined with. The garden is lovely. British garden-like feel. Bathrooms are in good condition. When entering the Museum is on the first floor and a lot of books, was sold. Worth the watch just in the garden.
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  • February 11, 2017
    In a quiet, nice atmosphere. Anyway, the only children's books! Better to say so. Nice application, but was worried about their good buys any books or just could send every month picture books according to the age of the children. I think pay was enclosed payment slip.
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  • July 21, 2017
    Jumped out of the exciting heart is 🌺 cute picture book of postcards and postage stamps is fun 🌈
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  • June 5, 2016
    Fine delicate little Picture Book Art Museum, a/f into Bookselling, bian 販 multi Picture book stub for sale week merchandise, pay a charge in order to progress into the second floor of the exhibition space between, c/f still can Picture book hahawer area!
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  • March 26, 2015
    We recommend that families with small children if any here that has become the favor on the first floor are shops, you can actually see a number of classic children's books carefully selected, buy. Toys along with leading German intellectual board games and educational system and also sells. I incidentally, came from the outside to travel here on board game "midnight party" impulse buy did (^ _ ^;) As I had stock in Amazon. Also, if you go up to the second floor at several hundred yen entrance fee or special exhibitions Gallery,'s books is all you can read out and the money too good. If you whip pass on the first floor alone is enough, but your time is on the second floor take your time!
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  • March 9, 2014
    While I do not know. It is a very beautiful garden.
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