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Otani Memorial Art Museum, Nishinomiya
(4.2/5 based on 30+ reviews on the web)
Otani Memorial Art Museum is located in Nishinomiya. Our Nishinomiya itinerary builder makes visiting Otani Memorial Art Museum and other Nishinomiya attractions simple, and helps you make a travel plan personal to you.
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  • When talking about the hotel New Otani Tokyo kioi-Cho to be was born in Nishinomiya City Otani taro Rice said late not know and here's founder was a man at all ". After moving to Tokyo, sumo wrestler, has quit in a frontal steel King and said then that became the Otani heavy management. Building new Otani now in the Tokyo Olympic Games in 1964 (and then be absorbed into Nippon Steel) contribution of the town caused the Tokyo as a modern hotel. In 1977, House property saved as a Museum of art in the Museum paintings also donated, including the home city as a charitable foundation.
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  • Koroen station of Hanshin and then arrive in 7 minutes on foot. Exhibition of Marimekko's first came in the entrance, and immediately in front of Japan garden, calm down. Just watching, also Marimekko clothing and displayed more colorful and fun.
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  • Home time, visited more than 30 years. It is a serene Art Museum located in a quiet residential area. I was surprised is that even on weekdays on the road near the entrance of two guards were placed. Spam prevention to the people so uniform but a grim look is unfortunately unsuitable for the Museum atmosphere. We admire the exhibition of Marimekko. Watching route is a little confusing.
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