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Hayashibara Museum of Art, Okayama
(3.4/5 based on 30+ reviews on the web)
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  • Feudal-like a respectable appearance of the Okayama Castle near expectations, going totally not related and look disappointed nowadays nondescript inside. Just wanted to see the real samurai in Katsuyama city of Edo, is really disappointing. Can't be a coffee corner at the back also like Starbucks, "sat there like" feeling. Contents reveal the location and appearance and contents of the exhibition expect your outspoken comments.
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  • Visit changing exhibitions. Parking is convenient. System you can watch Super expanded good exhibitions, but digitized by Heike monogatari emaki is messed up in a good mood. Are you having a luxurious time after seeing the exhibition, sipping coffee, letting thoughts in the tale of Heike (* ^ ^ *)
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  • The cost of entry was over twice what the guidebook suggested it would be, it's now 700 yen per person, and unless you have an interest in the quality of steel and kinds of samurai swords used there i...  more »
  • Special exhibition in 2013, "two-dimensional VS sword exhibition-creating 10-play ' I went to see. It is very interesting. I think that the Samurai sword was used as a weapon in the past, but now is very beautiful arts and crafts. Okayama has produced many famous Japanese swords. Come and look at in a Museum and interpretive center in the Prefecture, etc..
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  • Japan Pavilion
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  • Great entrance gate.
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  • Designed by Maekawa Kunio
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