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Wajima Urushi Art Museum, Wajima

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Wajima Urushi Art Museum is located in Wajima. Before you head to Wajima, plan trip itinerary details with our user-friendly Wajima vacation route planner, to make sure you see all that Wajima has to offer, including Wajima Urushi Art Museum.
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  • Wajima-Nuri as art is a Museum of recommended viewing if you want to, rather than in buying souvenirs. Articles rattles guests as to worry about is is just what are eye catching. Are you art is either adult. Somewhat away from the wajima city, so car can be useful.
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  • You can process learn more about wajima-Nuri is exhibited in a systematic manner. Until now, speaking of lacquer red and black thought, yellow lacquer with know that, I was very surprised. Yellow lacquered can't quite find anywhere else. We have for the first time knowing that talking and, depending on the pigment can make colorful lacquer. I was surprised my lacquered image "iPods". I think it is good if you like to see modern lacquerware, ride along visit Wisteria about 10 minutes of hachiya's.
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  • Did not expect, but it was very interesting. College graduation seems to exhibit at this time, there was a piece of eight students. Innovative work unlikely are lacquers, free lacquers are seen, pleasant attentiveness.
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Since Wajima lies secluded on the northern tip of the Noto Peninsula, accommodation options in town don't vary widely in style or price. Aside from a couple of mid-range and high-end hotels, lodgings mostly consist of traditional Japanese inns, or "ryokan." Often offering "tatami" floors and free wi-fi, or even private "onsen" bathhouses, the inns in Wajima can be pricier than their big city counterparts.
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