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Nanso Museum of Art, Wajima

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  • The South was once of the Oku-Noto. It was what is now trading. Yonekura Gallery and was keeping goods there are exhibited. Tawaraya sōtatsu, Sesshu and old Kutani ware at the watch. Very good state of preservation. In the main building there is a hearth if you enjoyed a 10-the tea bar.
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  • Honami kōetsu, ninsei pottery, Maruyama okyo, Sesshu, tohaku folding screen paintings, scrolls and great works of art there, was very good.
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  • Into the middle of nowhere places narrow roadway. Visited, though I didn't expect much from is a museum located in the approximate middle of nowhere some valuable works of art were displayed. A number of other famous artists works Sesshu and tawaraya sotatsu. Just remodeled komezo, exhibited only in the cold and dark. I cannot say good state of preservation. However, it was witnessing precious works of art and then woke up.
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