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Hara Museum Arc, Shibukawa

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A convenient transport hub for explorations of the hot spring resort towns in the region, Shibukawa offers a handful of fairly plain hotels close to the main train station, and along the route the train follows. Most visitors opt to stay in one of the hot spring resort towns, with Ikaho to the west particularly popular. There, you'll find some luxury resorts, a smattering of ordinary hotels, and the showstopping ryokans, complete with onsite onsens--one of the staples of visits to the area.
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  • Impressive architecture spread out over a very serene environment. This contemporary art museum focuses on contemporary art, with rotating exhibits in three separate but relatively small exhibition ro...  more »
  • Museums around the cherry blossoms are in full bloom and blossom can be enjoyed at the end of April. Today is: organized tours, there was the reception of the new exhibition. Bring a cherry blossom Bento, enjoying sake Cup. It was the best.
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  • Either the Museum offers an interesting architecture for lovers. His coffee has a very nice terrace (it is rather rare in Japan to report.) But the real attraction is the temporary exhibition. Those April 2017 (Kusama and Kengo Kito) were worth the detour).
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