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Omiya Bonsai Museum, Saitama
(4.4/5 based on 75+ reviews on the web)
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  • This gorgeous little place is a five minute walk from the east exit of Toro station, which is just over half an hour from Tokyo on the train. The staff at the front desk speak little English and provi...  more »
  • Near his home in this area include the Museum of art and bonsai-Mura. I think we now know something like world of bonsai is an old hobby image think of bonsai, but enjoy and feel its splendor. Feel the charm at the big world is expressed in the small.
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  • This is a beautiful place. If you are a tourist, you have to find how to get there.You can use either JR lines or Noda line.Then you have to walk.I was not sure if there was any English speaker.But mo...  more »
  • Take photos is not allowed (only in a little space). Main collection has mainly pines. Just less than 30 bonsais exposed, but they are great bonsais.
  • Some of the specimens were quite beautiful, and the descriptions and history information was fairly detailed. But compared to other museums, nothing really stood out as interactive or insightful. The curators did quite little beyond a few standard presentation styles repeated over and over. It's not that this is a boring museum, it's just that even for people interested in bonsai, it's just not particularly interesting.
  • If you are close... don't miss to visit... beautiful bonsai collection...
  • A nice little museum, with a very impressive selection of bonsai trees in the yard, and some information about bonsai history.
  • Nice place, but cannot take many photos