I haven't learned about it before, but I saw the big pumpkin by mistake. I was so excited, so lucky!
Tickets from the automatic ticket vending machine started at 10:00, and after that, I sat down to pick up the shoes in the plastic bag. I didn't know what was going on at first, but I had to take off my shoes and enter!
Deposit items for 100 yen at the entrance and refunds are possible!
It is the first time to see Yayoi Kusama on tatami mats with bare feet, a comfortable experience like never before! Really worth the fare
In addition to the exhibition, the art gallery also has several balconies where you can enjoy the Japanese garden view. If you are not in a hurry, you can sit there and take a look at the scenery!
From here, it is more downtown attractions. Why bother the museum is quietly hidden in the crowded Gion. It is a 5-storey art gallery, but the facade is narrow, and it was not found twice when looking for the way through its entrance.
This time we encountered Kimura Ihei's Showa era photography exhibition, which was very interesting. The lens witnessed the living conditions of urban and rural people in Japan after World War II. Previous exhibitions include great gods such as Robert Doisneau and Henri Cartier-Bresson.
When I took the elevator up to the fifth floor in the Whybi Pavilion, I saw the scene the moment the door opened. The red leaves are beautiful, but I still prefer the "wabi-sabi" after the excitement is gone.
Walking in the Gion shopping street at night, I unexpectedly saw such a sign: "Why the Museum of Modern Art, Kyoto". The poster on the side shows that the Elliott Erwitt exhibition is underway, and the opening hours are 19:00-18:00. I'm late.
The atmosphere of the exhibition hall of modern art is very embarrassed.
Preston_Dominguez: 271 Gionmachikitagawa, Higashiyama, Kyoto 605-0073, Kyoto Prefecture
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Club Metro,The Common One Bar Kyoto,Kiyomizu-dera Temple,Yasaka Shrine,Hanamikoji