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Miho MuseumNearby City

Miho Museum

4.4/574 Reviews
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"Art Museum"
"Building by Famous Architects"
"▪️▫️MIHO Pei Yiming's Peach Flower Source ▪️▫️▪️▫️Designed the glass pyramid of the Louvre Museum in Paris, the world-renowned architect, Pei Yiming Pei Lao, worked on the design for the MIHO Art Gallery. The design concept comes from Tao Yuanming's "Tao Hua Yuan Ji" (when school really recited not less than crying) the natural landscape around the building is intact, the entire 80 percent of the building hidden in the underground, melting in the scenery, while enjoying art works can also feel the natural scenery. More people are coming because of Bern's architecture than the collection. Tell you that LV had a fashion show here one year. Photo Meibo, please search for 🔍▪️INFO▫️▪️[Ticket]1300yen/bit▪️[Business hours]10:00-16:00 (during the epidemic) You need to make an appointment in advance, pay directly by credit card on the official website or go to the site to buy tickets after you make a phone appointment. Rest Sunday Monday. ▪️[Food] There are two restaurants (Peach Valley/Coffee Shop Pine View) in the cafe and restaurant in the restaurant to provide no pesticides, fertilizer, no additives. You can enjoy the scenery with coffee and afternoon tea, but we have sold out by the time we go on weekends. Leave a little regret next time to go to ~▪️[trip] one day to drive by yourself, there are many free parking lot in the museum. The surrounding area is half an hour away from the Mitsui Outlet Shopping Mall (Shiga Dragon King Shop). After shopping, you can continue to shop. ▪️[Design] Geometric design space using glass materials, through the large floor-to-ceiling windows, there is an illusion of surrounded by nature. It feels like the ticket value [smile] ▪️[Works] Pavilion is divided into North and South exhibition halls. The North Exhibition Hall (2F) belongs to the special exhibition area, and the display works are generally time-limited. The South Exhibition Hall (1F, B1F) is the world's ancient art. ▪️[Recommended] Recommended the cherry blossom season, the road to the art museum is full of cherry blossoms, and the tunnel will be reflected in pink, like a peach garden. ▪️▫️[Remember] When the water is exhausted, there is a small mouth in the mountain as if there is a light boat. It takes dozens of steps to make a double trip from the entrance to the initial extreme."
Sagawa Art MuseumNearby City

Sagawa Art Museum

5/57 Reviews
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"Art Museum"
Open on Tue-Sun,9:30am-5:00pm (Local time)
"Design and construction: Takenaka Engineering Co., Ltd. Project address: Lake Biwa, Mizuho Town, Moriyama City, Shiga Prefecture Known as the "big roof floating on water", the art gallery itself is a work of art, with pure modeling and authentic language, especially in terms of light (whether natural light or artificial lighting), and it surrounds different areas. Function or theme for lighting design, or empty or mysterious or warm or cold. There is also the streamline, which is not the shallow exposure of the ordinary Japanese streamline, but the Chinese-style deep hiding, twists and turns and occasionally play a little naughty stimulation, or suddenly open up or stop abruptly or leave a hole, so that your sight is not. As for the cessation, always keep some thoughts. The works of three national treasure-level artists are shocking. The paintings of Ikuo Hirayama, the sculptures of Sato Tadura, and the pottery of Rakizaemon are divided into pavilions 1, 2, and 3, among which Hall 3 (pottery art) is hidden underwater and is more mysterious Unpredictable. When I visited Moriyama, the weather was like that of Sagawa Art Museum, one step at a time. The blue sky and white clouds when I entered, and heavy snow when I left. Just point out the theme in my heart "the beauty of solitude"! It is the reading notes of the exhibition. During the New Year, I wish you all good luck!"