The Okayama Prefectural Museum of Art, Okayama

(3.6/5 based on 40+ reviews on the web)
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  • Use the transportation away from the Jr Okayama station, so is recommended. Okayama City Art Gallery and Museum, is a very cultural city. The permanent exhibition on the second floor are pictures of Ono chikkyo, quite impressive.
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  • Beautiful building and helpful staff however for a high end museum there is a surprising lack of foreign language signs or descriptions of anything. Half of the art works had just a tiny blurb in engl...  more »
  • Use spare time in Okayama City Branch exhibition ", Jiro Harada-should encourage more and more Western" watch. Adults: 1,000 yen (JAF % no). Saturday morning was available and able to appreciate slowly and quietly, very helpful. I thought it was ogai Mori and had a friendship with early orgasm painting works are few, although painting student at the time and going abroad to Europe (Munich), learn what you told him what to clear the display. Able to convince and indeed was what I enjoyed most of all, the theme of the exhibition was clear, so easy to understand. In my dark, watch more than one hour. It is recommended as good access from Jr Okayama station, Okayama Castle. Hotel restaurant/bar was attached.
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