Ken Domon Museum of Photography, Sakata

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  • Marble dark end up introducing road fade little by little hustle and bustle of the parking lot from the highway and building appears in front of me. Going into the Hall of Fame was named Ken Lake and pond mirrored shadow, atmosphere of the Domon fist world completely. The staff dropped a little light lighting are in a different space. We recommend couch's main exhibition space. Over and admire the work, or to take a break on the way and that comfort will involuntarily close eyes! Also curious that while I recommend this experience.
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  • Domon Ken Memorial stands, Sakata, Mogami River. Garden. Very nice space. Big pond and green hills. Under the Wisteria trellis while smoking this air. Come on, let's get in. Today is the child of the Showa era. Domon and 18 photographers took their pictures. The children of children of war, during the war. The children immediately after the war. Coal mining was abandoned children. Photograph their children born after the war, children, it was a period of high economic growth. Children children shortly after the war, miners face thinking I'm getting tears. Live for several years after the war, went through such an age when children face. Which is very good. Poor, even playing so vividly. Born in Nice to you I am a child of this age, and the age, I really thought it was. 70 did not experience the war year, even once! Even the grandchildren went along was facing several times. And children have weekend lunch, reading a magazine photo that can be regarded as faintly magazine titles, Ribbon, there now! I was aghast. Others took elementary school children under elementary school is free of charge, but was a warm fuzzy to admission 100 yen. Went to see sooner, sooner, I was put in the mouth.
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  • This is a must-see in Sakata. The landscaping and architecture are exquisitely designed to tell visitors what to expect. No imperial columns or huge facades here: this museum aims to share the individ...  more »
  • Building was nice in some parts, though a little imposing and seemingly designed without the scenery in mind.
  • It is a place for couples to enjoy the stylish atmosphere. to walk slowly to the back of the Park, nestled quietly tasteful a back parlor. Are spacious and airy, is building a small entrance is modern. National treasures of Buddha faces away carefully. Many trade points so it doesn't take long. Lake Park seen from the big window, sitting on a sofa in the hotel's back and reflecting the trees it is nice.
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  • Now a contemporary art events at many buildings, but its pioneering architecture and realism demon! Domon would sasuga shout! Are the property of Sakata
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  • You can quietly watch the piece slowly, even when you go hungry. You can also go on different 3 common from Sakata City Museum of art, Honma Art Museum and valid for one year.
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  • Photograph of the Domon fist, is of course good, but beautiful buildings. If you go to the Friday evening in the Charter could enjoy. Hara Museum of art and gardens museums as much as I like.
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