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Sakai City Museum, Sakai

(4/5 based on 45 reviews on the web)
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Reviews
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  • Seeing a video screening about the tombs at this museum volunteer guides from in front of the mausoleum of the visited. It is a fuller explanation of the origins of the exhibition tells the history of Sakai and those huge tomb and Museum.
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  • Located in a park in front of the mausoleum. 65 years old or more nice free. (As well as other facilities that touch the city) ancient and encompasses modern and spectacular, and matchlock guns dodekai. Fully eliminates that frustration with your mausoleum.
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  • Is the nintoku mausoleum opposite the Museum, learn about the history of ancient times and the middle ages. Volunteer guides for the information according to the times. Nintoku mausoleum will be screened at the theatre of I've seen better. Shooting entire mausoleum from the air is fine. It was response not understood where exit counter woman asked from City Hall: transportation, travel time was a bit disappointing. (Was told 15 minutes if you walk until the southern temples, but actually took nearly 40 minutes)
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  • I thought this was an excellent museum to learn about the construction of Kofun. Fascinating exhibits and a great documentary with english subtitles. I was alao lucky enough to be shown round by an english speaking guide with great knowledge. Entry was only 200 yen and it was free to watch the documentary. It is in Daisen park which has some other great attractions. Well worth a visit!
  • There are a lot of incredible artifacts in this museum.
  • Had near here to visit Emperor nintoku,. You can see the various clay here, learn about the history of ancient tombs. I saw theatre of ancient tombs. Very easy to understand, to learn.
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  • Compared with the old exhibits are normal or may be less age or transition. Tend to break, there was also the videotheque is prank, not right now.
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  • Those who thought like a tomb, is a surprise. I enjoy at 200 yen admission fee.
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