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Kagawa Museum, Takamatsu

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  • Picasso exhibition was held as a single for setouchi art festival was held in the Kagawa Prefectural Museum ball algae Castle next door. You can see 1度ni 100 points more than Picasso's art in the collection of the Ludwig Museum in Cologne, there was a spectacular variations.
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  • From Takamatsu station and behind the Castle ball algae could go smoothly. As it happens, Japan traditional art crafts exhibition, which visited. I knew that the craft of lacquer, lacquer, Kagawa Prefecture is famous. It is up felt with lacquer process, types and explained, lacquer ware is in the country, in the land once again knowing that many lacquerware lacquer is Japan itself. Once again confirmed that the goodness of lacquer. It was worth coming here so much. Regional referrals like consists of Takamatsu in its own way, to go one knowing the other is the same everywhere, but the study now.
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  • Is a prefectural Takamatsu Castle tamamo Park East Museum and art gallery. The nearest train station is a 5-minute walk from kotoden katahara-machi station is 10 minutes walk from JR Takamatsu station. Building new clean, with high ceilings and passage is widely done for disabled guests. The permanent exhibition masterpieces of sanuki lacquer jade Mulberry elephant Valley there are many quite impressive. Also, in the library on the first floor, the works of Isamu Noguchi. Very respectable institutions and exhibits fewer users will feel pity.
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