Like antiques and history, it is very suitable to come to the National Museum to punch in. There are rich collections of antiques. Some of them are still in China. ～ The treasure of the town hall here is the big gold seal sent by the Chinese emperor to the Japanese envoy in that year. ～ The collection of the museum can not be photographed. There are free guides, but not every artifact has a commentary. The cultural museum on the ground floor is very suitable for the child experience, you can take pictures, free entry, even if you don't buy the exhibition ticket, you can enter the drop ～ floor and there is a free stamping place. It is very interesting. It can be diy to print postcards with different degrees of rain. Good for the scenery, completely free ～
The Kyushu National Museum is one of the four national museums in Japan. It is a museum with the theme of "the formation of Japanese culture from the perspective of Asian history". It displays excavated exhibits that have witnessed Japan's frequent exchanges of history with various parts of Asia since ancient times. The building has four floors, one floor for souvenir shop and experience area, three floors have special exhibitions, four floors are the permanent exhibition of Jiubo, in chronological order displaying various types of cultural relics. There are also some can be touched directly, close contact.
The Kyushu National Museum displays locally unearthed exhibits that witness Japan’s frequent exchanges with various parts of Asia since ancient times. The building has four floors. The first floor is a souvenir shop and experience area, the third floor has special exhibitions from time to time, and the fourth floor is a permanent exhibition of Jiubo. Various types of cultural relics are displayed in chronological order, and some of them can be directly touched and close contact. .
Enter the Kyushu National Museum and experience the rich Japanese history and culture!
Kyushu National Museum, one of the four major museums in Japan, I think Fukuoka is one of the attractions worth visiting! The main display is the formation of Japanese culture from the Paleolithic period to the end of modern times.
There are 4 floors in total, and the first floor is the reception hall, where you can buy souvenirs and drink coffee. There are often special exhibitions on the 3rd floor, and you can see good exhibitions with luck; the 4th floor is a regular exhibition, mainly for cultural exchange exhibitions. Interested friends can take a closer look and learn about Japanese culture.
1. The museum is located in Dazaifu Tenmangu Shrine. After entering the door, walk straight to the right. The museum is built on the mountain and stretches endlessly from a distance. It is very spectacular! After entering the door, you need to go through a long escalator first, and then through a colorful passage that changes colors to reach the entrance of the museum's main hall.
2. The colorful channel is very suitable for taking pictures. It is very suitable for taking pictures when going up and down. Under the fast light and shadow changes, use the shutter to record your beautiful moments under the light and shadow, very special!
3. The main building of the museum has a whole surface of glass, which will form a glass curtain wall, which not only reflects the mountains and trees on the opposite side, but is also very suitable for taking photos of people.
4. Tired of walking around the Tianman Palace and the museum, you can go for a cup of tea before three or four o'clock. We haven't caught up with the tea twice after going there. Unfortunately...
5. The exhibition hall does not allow taking pictures, please remember!
Attraction Name: Kyushu National Museum
Tickets: Exhibition hall 430 yen/person
Opening hours: 9:30-17:00 (closed on Monday)
The Kyushu National Museum was not within the scope of my itinerary, but it has already reached the door, so let's go in and take a look. Tickets are 420 yen per person, and the main exhibits are historical relics. Almost all the way to the museum in a contemptuous tone, well, more than history, how many countries can be compared to the ancient country of 5,000 years? Out of the museum, walked all the way to Dazaifu. Plum blossoms are in full bloom all the way, the fragrance is tangy
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Dazaifu Tenmangū Shrine,Kyushu National Museum,Komyozenji Temple,Dazaifu Amusement Park,Kanzeonji
Messiah_Dillon: Here are some hotels near Kyushu National Museum: Route-Inn Grantia Dazaifu,Guesthouse Asobigokoro Fukuoka Dazaifu - Hostel,Grace Apartment,Hotel Cultia Dazaifu,Fukuoka Dazaien Ryokan