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National Museum of Ethnology, Suita

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  • Recommend going during the good season, so of course will be set. Displays of folklore studies cultural anthropology in the world treasures. Spatially, the taste of the flow in the age and ethnicity, non-mysterious space. Lonely too high ratings.
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  • I was feeling in half the area might have been a little lost and admission fees also remain. And the distance of the area can see the thought is good, but even better I think.
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  • The Museum located in the Expo Park. For the first time. When "show great exposition of the exhibition was being held. Freak show of human pump video, I heard the name, but actually have never seen the old appearance is well understood.
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  • Vast collection, especially strong on Japan, Korea, China. Other regions are represented by geography (roughly one zone per continent) as a nice summary of it, short but sufficient. There is also a small section on languages and - surprisingly - one entirely dedicated to music. Portable video guides are very exhaustive: they consist of over 700 videos of 1 to 3 minutes, in Japanese or English. Was not crowded in spite of it being a Sunday, most probably because access is not the easiest. Special heads up to the very specific architecture of the building from the 70's, which whether you like it or not is a must-see. Staff friendly.
  • This is by far the best ethnology museum I've ever been to. An enormous collection of art and artefacts from all over the world and very informative presentation and interactive exhibition makes a trip to this museum unforgettable.
  • there would be no helping any soul who is not stimulated by this museum.
  • Sad and surprised by such different cultures and so similar to dispute or around watching Google map and regions grasp and fun ~.
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  • The Museum is best. Very interesting. Even one day forget about time. But not sure of why such an arrogant attitude as the driver of the shuttle bus to the Expo Park took on the way back. In the end so she feels bad now. Home, walking is much better!
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