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National Museum of Japanese History, Sakura

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  • Aka the rekihaku in national institutions, so packed the impressive exhibition. Many interesting exhibitions, have also come forward several times to it. Because in the ruins of a castle outside of seasons is also great. The lunchtime kawazu cherry tree, plum. While not the Cherry is fun. Then the Museum hours end in 16:30. Kicked out was announced several times opening hours and hours until closing time and so many officials who will be guided through the exit. Entering from around the Castle and surprising time has passed. Hopefully 17:30 until at least 17:00 open if you want.
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  • Even if you like the history one day may not get bored. It is very large. Go look carefully one by one and it takes time. Was the content of the exhibits also believe 420 yen. I think that is something for anyone in history like. Only babies are tired on the way! So when children play and puzzle section. But also if you go alone take Zhou wanted to and thought.
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  • Ranging from the ancient to the modern's exhibition. Replica or model is a Visual display. Elementary school students began studying history views to the elderly in the family.
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  • The best history museum in Japan.
  • I wish there were more english descriptions in the first few gallery. It was an awesome trip regardless. Would definitely go here again :)
  • Focused on archaeology. Very good exposition of the Yayoi period, burial mounds and the development of Japanese society through the Middle Ages and Edo period, and modern times. English and other language audio guides available at no charge.
  • I want to go in Japan :)
  • Room to swing. And an interesting article. Spend half a day, one by one, just absorbing it at only about 1-3 minutes total. And found the whole thing very much here to go at the time. Also, tired of the surrounding environment and go out and smoke also fun (if you have a ticket, entrance free day!). Disadvantages of a good restaurant about it.
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