say, however - absolutely overcrowded when we visited and, even though I'm tall and can look over the majority of other visitors, it was still to busy to be any fun. Good location and great 36 Poets e...
I went out of my way to go to this museum unaware of its closure for renovations - to reopen March 2020. There was a special exhibit on the calligraphy of 36 poets pre-1000ad. There wasn't any Englis...
Terrible, avoid at all costs. YOU HAVE BEEN WARNED
I had high hopes for the Kyoto National Museum, but found the experience a terrible waste of money and bordering on a scam. 1. Half of the buildings are closed, as the secondary building is being reno...
Kyoto National Museum is one of Japan's four great national museum, and is very representative. The collection is mainly ancient Japanese artwork, divided into themes such as stoneware, pottery, paintings, everyday tools, and knives and blades -- each with its own exhibition hall. There are over eighty thousand ancient Asian handcraft artworks, including sculpture of Samantabhadra, folding screen with forest painting, Heiji period paintings, and over eighty Baishi poem collections.
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