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Best part is the movie about Siebold's fascinating life. But the house and its holdings were interesting as well. You won't be long here, but you'll be glad you went.
Na het bezoek aan de Lakenhal wilde ze nog een museum bezoeken.Daar dit wat kleinschaliger is ging dat nog welAfter the visit to the cloth Hall they still wanted to visit a museum. There is this what smaller scale went that stillshow original
Mooi museum. Informatief en verrijkend met betrekking tot een mooie periode uit de Hollandse geschiedenis. Alhoewel het een betrekkelijk nauw onderwerp heeft, brengt het dit wel goed tot leven. Leuk v... read more »Nice museum. Informative and enriching in relation to a beautiful period in Dutch history. Even though it is a relatively close subject, brings this be fine to life. Fun for a weekday morning, as it should be quiet. Then comes the best.show original
Lovely little museum in the centre of Leiden. All kind of objects collected by Philipp Franz von Siebold during his trips to Japan are put on display. But what perhaps makes this museum interesting are the temporary exhibitions, so better to check in advance which ones are currently up. The one on the Japanese printmakers was especially enjoyable.
Kazunori OtaJapan English guidebook. Siebold ' movie is very interesting and helpful. When you come near, come stop by.show original
Isabel FaggVery nice, small but nice museum. Especially the changing exhibitions are worth it.show original
How do Ying doBeautiful Japanese collectionshow original
Tomasz WieruszewskiAn interesting Museum, founded by Philip Sieboldii in the twenties of the 19th century. the representative of the Netherlands in the Dutch enclave on the island of Daishima in Nagasaki. As the first of Europeans from the 17th century travelled by the Imperial capital of Kyoto of Edo shogunate (today's Tokyo). His daughter born in Japan was later the first woman doctor in Japan. After returning to the Netherlands has created with its own Museum collection.show original
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