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Mie Prefectural Museum, Tsu

(3.8/5 based on 30 reviews on the web)
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  • Exhibition invitation because on his first trip, you're looking for a reputation of high permanent exhibition. Corner to the sea, culture and life of the people living there and a wide variety from the mountain village is well made, it is very interesting. ISE's nurses unfamiliar with the exhibit anymore one pillar of the Ise Jingu Shrine relationship during the Edo period and the system is easy to understand. It was kind of feel what racing games that particularly ISE how much money it will take people back then, ISE how big event was the event.
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  • I felt becoming bright rooms and exhibition viewing unit configuration. I think we believe in children. Parking facilities very good.
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  • I went accidentally in the Kansai culture day usually exhibit was free. Lucky! Many exhibits from the stuffed animal models of dinosaurs in Mie Prefecture, Japanese serow, centered on the lives of people and customs, especially the Ise Shrine, and is perfect for families of elementary school students think.
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