The neighboring Tokugawa Art Museum and Punzo Bunko have collections of Tokugawa's relics, 10,000 collections, and the national treasure "The Tale of Genji" picture scrolls. But it is not always visible. The Tale of Genji Scrolls will only be displayed for a short time at the end of November. We just caught up with the annual show.
The exhibits inside are indeed pretty good, but no photos are allowed. The Tokugawa Art Museum consists of 3 parts, but it is recommended that you only buy a pass for the Tokugawa Art Museum and Bunko. The most cost-effective thing is not to go to Tokugawa Park, there are no magic horses. Worth seeing!
It is said to be an art museum, but in fact it is a museum. It exhibits all kinds of Tokugawa's supplies during the Warring States period. Those who are interested in history and the Tokugawa family are worth a visit. Don't let me take pictures, I can only take pictures of introductions. I have seen a lot of museums in Japan, this is still very distinctive, so don't worry too much about repetition.
Go out of the station and walk along the signs for 10 minutes. I bought a pass for the Tokugawa Art Museum and Tokugawa Garden. The gallery is slightly behind, the white building is very simple and elegant. There is a samurai costume at the entrance to take pictures, but taking pictures is not allowed when entering the exhibition hall. Every some distance inside, there will be grandpa-level staff sitting quietly in the corner, maybe answering tourists’ questions and supervising it. It came out after a stroll around. In the garden, besides the entrance, there is a relatively large pond where you can feed the fish. After you exit the art gallery, you can look for the upstream creek along the path. There is also a flower field with hibiscus flowers, which is very beautiful.