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National Museum of Japanese History, Sakura

(4.4/5 based on 120+ reviews on the web)
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  • Went to see the cherry blossoms put petals in the rain. Mont Blanc restaurant located in the historical and ethnographic museum, so hungry after watching the, and found the cherry and cherry characters, "ey! "We had immediately ordered my husband and. Mont Blanc restaurant cherry and cherry tree in front of the eyes, very comfortable. This year was a great cherry blossom viewing eyes and stomach. Cherry cake tea set, recommended!
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  • In the only permanent exhibition was of considerable volume. Ethnic history in Japan to follow in order to display. I think rice ball a day if possible entrance/exit, so bringing here. I saw long time consuming the vacant hungry lol. I thought designed adults exhibit is child-friendly.
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  • Here in cherry blossom season at night until 8 a.m. Cherry offers. I think it is very good. Just a pity that at the actual schedule than the cherry blossoms in full bloom this year has ended, in full bloom, has been a priority. Several years ago, more was awesome, so I'm sorry. It is up to pray for better timing next year.
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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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