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DIC Kawamura Memorial Museum of Art, Sakura

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  • Going by car, the resort atmosphere of the street there is a spacious parking lot. The entrance is now from there. JAF membership provides membership, group discounts. Luxury garden square lawns and warm days, and pack a lunch and eat, so you can feel good. Museum is surprisingly seems to have small, Rembrandt, Renoir, Monet, and pretty close at hand can be seen. Off-site and on-site restaurant also feel better next time just taking advantage of.
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  • Is the Museum a taste, there is a large garden. Weekdays rattle, so slowly can be enjoyed at your own pace. I'd enjoy seasonal flowers and trees in the garden, azalea season, many people visit, so pretty crowded holiday season. You might survive but there is shuttle bus at peak times. Large parking lot.
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  • Léonard Foujita exhibitions are held is very good. Permanent exhibition offers a perfect confusing but also those of Western modern and abstraction is a fine Mark Rothko. I think good art of Japan. And schedules included with the staff at the level of the hotel's restaurant from 2 p.m. free tours for exhibitions, so good idea.
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  • This is a place to relax - a rare combination of art and nature. While the museum is quite famous for its art collection, they also spent a lot of time (and money) in creating a beautiful park. If they only would consider teaching art. That would earn them a 6th star.
  • In the quiet mountains outside town? In a quiet Museum. Permanent exhibition, to be reckoned with but this is surprising masterpiece. Water lilies by Monet and Rembrandt's self-portraits will be fried, but more amazing is Chagall's "Red Sun". Alone it is worth going. Plus, the garden is also excellent, great! Forget over time and the season of spring and autumn weather, and leisurely stroll.
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  • Superb collection of paintings and works of art by the Kawamura family. Trip in the history of the art of Rembrandt to Stella passing by Picasso, Calder or Pollock... not to mention the beautiful Rothko room with 7 paintings superbly staged. Far, very far from Tokyo, but free shuttle from the train station Jr.
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  • Museum of fine arts is of course beautiful garden. It is a pity because I had paid to see the garden in the past only if it was free, but. Has Marc Chagall, Rembrandt's famous painting can be seen.
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  • In the GW 5/1 (Sunday). We went by bus from Tokyo station. Buses in half so was more than comfortable ♪ walked the nature trail. Flowering plants and river, and was a big w grass really blue duck spread all over, there were surprisingly few people. Spread the cloth was sold food in the camper, so is enjoyed. It is, however, better bug, so the insect control measures. Especially walking in was also the bee is suspicious.
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