I saw the words "Palm Art Museum" on the ticket of Caotai Temple. It turns out that you can visit the Museum of Hand Art for free with the ticket of Caotai Temple. However, the Palm Art Museum is not in the Caotai Temple, but on the Ningning Road under the steps of the Caotai Temple, next to Yuandeokin Temple. The Palm Art Museum is very small, and the works in it seem to be related to Toyotomi Hideyoshi, but because they are all in Japanese, they are basically incomprehensible, so it takes less than 5 minutes to come out.
Very close to the Cao Dai Temple! No one is quite quiet, relatively small, and okay! Those who have a lot of time can come here if they like to go shopping as much as I do! There are so many delicious foods around! Hahaha...You can also buy souvenirs in the museum! Put a few pictures of Cao Dai Temple's night worship (when you go to catch up with the limited Cao Dai Temple Hyakki night light show, the explosion of beauty)
There is a very conspicuous sign on the opposite side of Cao Dai Temple: Yuantokuin Temple on one side, and Palm Art Museum on the other side 20 meters away. Go up the steps to the second floor and find a small door that costs 300 yen.
There are not many exhibits inside, and the furnishings are relatively old, with the style of ancient servants.
Not far from Yasaka Shrine. Tickets are 300 yen. Various special exhibitions are held from time to time. There will be a special exhibition of Zen culture from March to June this year. Part of the works from the Edo period and the Momoyama period are displayed.