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Address: 2011 Hama, Maizuru 625-0036, Kyoto Prefecture
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Does what it says on the tin - but interesting none the less.

Not sure about previous reviews, as what do you expect from what is called a 'Brick Museum'! Yes it is literally a museum of bricks - do not go there unless this is what you want... read more

Reviewed 14 January 2017
CaptainAaron
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Portsmouth, United Kingdom
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Portsmouth, United Kingdom
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Reviewed 14 January 2017

Not sure about previous reviews, as what do you expect from what is called a 'Brick Museum'! Yes it is literally a museum of bricks - do not go there unless this is what you want! We are from Portsmouth which is twinned with Maizuru as we donated a brick from Portsmouth Historic Dockyard. As we were in the area,... More 

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Vancouver, Canada
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Reviewed 26 March 2015

The museum's buildings were originally built for stockpiling ammunition for the Imperial Japanese Navy. They are converted to several different functions. This one is called "Red Brick Museum" and it talks about brick's history, functionality, etc. with examples from all over the world. If you like bricks, this is it! If you don't care for it, you can skip it.... More 

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Reviewed 12 October 2014

We visited this museum on a tour from the Diamond Princess. This museum was ok and had lots of brick history to read, but it soon wore a little thin, Nice premises.

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