Seikadō Bunko Art Museum, Setagaya

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#77 of 265 in Museums in Tokyo
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  • 11-I went to the three-day weekend. You can either yōga station or futako-Tamagawa station. Is bitter orange walk takes about 20 minutes. I went to the "Ming and Qing paintings' exhibition. ○ good landscape painting, like people think
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  • Make sure always check websites before visiting or exhibition is held. Museum of art and Yes though, does not always open. I don't know because it doesn't have a Web site of the Museum of fine arts calendar is closed at any time. Please understand putting basically all year round is closed, but only at the exhibition. Note that the permanent exhibitions there are exhibits on the website is not so. Because it is confusing even if the website had it wrong, at least good well until the website is bad, and this is responsible and will be deserted. Note 10 minutes could meet they fool people accustomed to the Museum is open all year round. Watch out if you go especially with family and friends. I think other than that good art.
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  • I will be living in total 30 years on the Tokyu railway was a place like this. Asked the other day for the first time, but was surprised at the depth of content. Not crowded, small size of Japanese incense and incense exhibition that it was a totally awesome exhibits and displays can be seen calmly and slowly. Location is a bit away from the station that also contributes to this silence? Take a look at depending on the project, but is also where you want to go.
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  • Can walk from Futako Tamagawa station. It takes about twenty minutes. One exhibition room. This art museum has six national treasures but we cannot see them usually.
  • During the garden landscape was owned by Iwasaki of Mitsubishi Zaibatsu that Okamoto Jing Jia Hall green. It was maintained as a branch of the library of Congress to prevent the dissipation of collectables in the postwar period, and houses artifacts collected by Iwasaki homes along with the Toyo Bunko in komagome, works of art, books,. To describe and overwhelming mass of collectables and only no. I think people to watch various collection exhibition, but very high levels also displayed typical only of course, so wide and deep knowledge and understanding is difficult. It was very tough to prevent deterioration of materials exhibition room lighting and the sight I unfortunately. I would hear the voice guidance is easy, but the point of minimum grasp of good. You can explore the garden is a part. You can enter from the back gate of Jing Jia library down when coming by bus from futako-Tamagawa in the Okamoto Park near private houses Park bus stop and climb the steep slope of the Hill this Hachiman shrine next. Futako-Tamagawa bus back at main gate of Jing Jia library and go to the right. Worth watch Minka-en the old farmer was saved.
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  • In the garden was owned by Iwasaki of Mitsubishi Zaibatsu that Okamoto Jing Jia Hall green. It was maintained as a branch of the library of Congress to prevent the dissipation of collectables in the postwar period, and houses artifacts collected by Iwasaki homes along with the Toyo Bunko in komagome, works of art, books,. To describe and overwhelming mass of collectables and only no. I think people to watch various collection exhibition, but very high levels also displayed typical only of course, so wide and deep knowledge and understanding is difficult. It was very tough to prevent deterioration of materials exhibition room lighting and the sight I unfortunately. I would hear the voice guidance is easy, but the point of minimum grasp of good. You can explore the garden. You can enter from the back gate of Jing Jia library down when coming by bus from futako-Tamagawa in the Okamoto Park near private houses Park bus stop and climb the steep slope of the Hill this Hachiman shrine next. Futako-Tamagawa bus back at main gate of Jing Jia library and go to the right. Worth watch Minka-en the old farmer was saved.
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  • It is a Museum of art exhibit, fascinated by the beauty of the deep blue hen treasure when I try. Station futako-Tamagawa was lively, but this museum is located in quiet hilltop surrounded by greenery. Inlet library Jing Chia (private) and in front of the long uphill, nice tiled buildings. Museum is a small but fascinating exhibition is held, is a national treasure in addition to hen 6 points. I think tea exhibition always comes the hen that's popular. However, on weekends and even hen can be stopped in a glass case, take forever. This was not the centerpiece of the Metropolitan Museum of art exhibit, is the very high level of satisfaction. In addition to tea exhibition, ceramics, lacquerware, paintings. Lacquerware exhibition with daisu heaven eye teacups of hen and other the are on display. You can try their seasonal flowers from resting spaces in the Museum of fine arts, and the garden behind the Museum of fine arts. In Hill, but you can also go into the garden, should be taken.
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  • It is a stately building. Architects now is not ordinary people, but left behind some great buildings in Japan, Josiah Conder's design. Excellent, great. It is a heavy building. It seems that it is designed by Mr. Josiah Condor, an architect who left numerous wonderful buildings in Japan though it seems that ordinary people c an not enter now. There is a heavy feeling and it is wonderful.
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