Nasu Trick Art Museum, Nasu-machi

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64 reviews
  • August 15, 2017
    I think fun for everyone from small children to adults. 'Photogenic' fashion, where the crowded than you think. Museum admission in the column is ready, and it was raining. I came in three museum ticket, but most exciting was the Museum, and I think. But it was so crowded. Watching the replica at the Otsuka Museum of art has not seen the real Sistine Chapel, Michelangelo hotel, a small... I was thinking of... However, Pat, perfect for Wai to take the pictures where everyone is. Are often prohibited from other museums, so take a look at to commemorate the journey splashing water try to take photos?.
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  • August 6, 2017
    I went because it was raining unfortunately, the 5-year-old daughter was satisfied. I think three museum ticket is valid for three days, so good.
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  • July 26, 2017
    I went with the 7-year-old and 3-year-old child. Museum and Michelangelo's building is entered. With confidence as a parent in good touch in the works and has a small child and enjoyed. Will become a model for fun on and catch the bus was taken. I was especially delighted costumer of the Michelangelo hotel (free). I think if you like painting, fun to play.
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