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The Yamazaki Mazak Museum of Art, Nagoya

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  • Location is good, and directly linked shinsakae station. Itself of the Museum of fine arts, 4th floor and 5th floor, I bought a ticket on the first floor. Garage, were able to appreciate the variety of pieces July Toro, Picasso, Delacroix, Renoir, etc.,. I thought the atmosphere of the hotel is very good.
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  • Direct acces from exit 1 of subway shinsakae-Cho. At 1000 yen (saw the HP in advance because there are various types of discounts is better) to pay the ticket. (Museum of fine arts is 4F and 5F) up to the fourth floor, riding an elevator to return deposit if you have luggage 4th floor to floor clippings of Aichi-born artist or on paper...... There are various pieces. Each also played music for more than 100 years ago is done from the day 14:00. Look at while listening to the Guide main is 5 stories off the elevator on the floor and speak to me from the person in charge and there are audio guides.... audio guide debt picture is numbered. Painters do not know too much and feature picture (the only Picasso just gone (sweat)) good to see thought it. Normally, it took about 1 hour 45 minutes. Floor after the sound of shoes really sounds so put it to charge people lend as well as slippers.
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  • This museum started from the founders, who first bought a picture, so I don't have the interesting Museum of art is? Came first, but you want to see here because I love classical paintings are classical, impression and Shorea rhythm, its Art Nouveau, guests can enjoy a variety of painting. After I repeat I.
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