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Visiting this island only since it has once per day direct bus transportation from Okayama Train Station
Museum simple but extremely impressive design, need to see in person if modern art lover
Around 6 hours travel time if using direct Bus return trip
the museum's exhibit is very niche, focusing on one subject: Yukio Mishima. i am not familiar with his works but still find the museum and its structure and surrounding landscape very fascinating. walking through the ex-factory museum itself is quite a trip and the architect...More
The whole island of Inujima is worth visiting if you like contemporary art, but this museum is one of the best I've been to. There are not a lot of pieces on display inside the museum--rather, the museum is interactive, in a thrilling, somewhat scary...More
This old copper refinery is now converted to a unique industrial, architecture and art project. Very exciting with the recycling ideas. When you are on this small island don´t miss all the other outdoor installations just as interesting as the refinery.
The ruins of this old former copper refinery of 1909, was re-appropriated in 2008 to house a museum. It sits on the small island of Inujima, named after a large rock resembling a sitting dog. Surrounded by water, the walk through the old furnaces is...More