Fujishiro Seiji Museum, Nasu-machi

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  • October 1, 2017
    Visited the main attraction of the day 2 Nasu after Nikko tour on the day before. From silhouette like that old saw in the hotel's latest work and exhibits many drawings and shadow puppets, hearts are healed. Purchased a few postcards as a souvenir of their seasons feel. Framed would decorate the front door. P.s. 93-year-old more than normal according to the year 2017 greeted the 93-year-old 4/17 Fujishiro Seiji's age NYO admission 1200 Yen 1,600 Yen so far! (^^;)
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  • September 25, 2017
    Is the Museum worth visiting if no interested especially in Koji Fujishiro blue drew near in. Is a small exhibit various exhibits along the concept. Narrow parking area and entrance is confusing, it's kinda nice.
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  • September 22, 2017
    From the gate to the entrance of approach will guide to cats and frogs and the gusto. And blockbuster, as the display goes back to spectacular and impressive.
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