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Towada Art Center, Towada
(4.6/5 based on 120+ reviews on the web)
Explore the vibrant Towada Art Center, a contemporary art museum filled with the unusual and unexpected. Made up of 16 stand-alone exhibition spaces, connected by glass walkways, and set upon green grounds, the museum's contemporary and surreal atmosphere permeates through to the architecture itself. Inspect a permanent collection of over 20 modern art installations, produced by artists from all over the world, including work by Ron Mueck, Jeong Hwa Choi, and Yoko Ono. Along with this, the museum also regularly holds temporary exhibits, so keep an eye on the listings to see what's available during your visit. The museum also provides a comprehensive English audio guide for non-Japanese speakers. For Towada Art Center and beyond, use our Towada vacation generator to get the most from your Towada vacation.
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  • Many hands-on art and fun. You-I was and I was as voice. I think it is better because it kinda hard to go again fronted by car.
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  • This is quite a small museum. Turning slowly in about 2 hours would all see. Guests can enjoy a street is a sight to see standing woman, but you guys have written, is basically prohibited a nice look. I think it is pleasant and sunny weather for traveling with your children outside to play.
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  • One of the Museum of contemporary art experience. Can be seen taking pictures in magazines with a standing woman, real shooting ban. It was too bad. You can also enjoy a stroll that pumpkin is famous and eerie works, and various works of art along the street in front of the Museum.
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