Hara Museum Arc, Shibukawa

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  • August 16, 2017
    It is a Museum designed by a famous architect. And the Hara Museum in Tokyo in a sister relationship between exhibitions and presenting. It is recommended to go to ikaho. Children to play because the ranch and be viewing adult only in good will.
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  • June 24, 2017
    In clear weather we went to see the exhibition space on Sunday. Kengo Kito caraflfra hoops exhibition Yayoi Kusama's pumpkin mirror room also hog. Free anyway. Not many exhibitions that is quite different from the Museum of fine arts in Tokyo, using the luxurious relax can enjoy an elegant art.
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  • June 18, 2017
    While listening to the cry of a sheep to enter. The Museum of wooden stand on the lush grounds. Many of the exhibition's contemporary art, but this imbalance is proof of modernity. The sense of openness in the city such as Tokyo's never tasted. Shinagawa art comes to mind, but the wide sky drown it.
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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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