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The museum makes arrangements for you at a specialty Kimono shop just down the street where a team of lovely and welcoming local ladies attend to an authentic Kimono dressing including hair styling.
Small museum but the tour guide is very knowledgeable and it's a fantastic visit for a great price.
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It is is one of Japan's three great railway museums alongside JR East's Railway Museum in Saitama and JR Central's SCMAGLEV and Railway Park in Nagoya.
It's always great to see the trains themselves but this aspect is a welcome addition and something i find some rail museums a little light on!
I am realla into traditional crafts and textiles which is why I basically searched Kyoto for museums and centers to see where the traditions derived from, their history and how they changed over time.
The shrine and gardens are beautiful, the Traditional Crafts Museum is free and very interesting, and the Modern Art Museum is very good and often has superb special exhibits.
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Was totally enchanted by the Temple and grounds, Worth visiting the museum as entry is included in your ticket price.
A wonderful mini museum that houses precious artifacts from the Phoenix Hall
We stopped on our tour at the Gekkeikan Okura Sake Museum and had a great time walking through the museum and learning about the history of Japanese Sake.
The museum is more like an art gallery the way it's structured, especially showcasing sake labels of exquisite Japanese calligraphy.There's a lot of history and memorabilia about sake-brewing.
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Accessible, manageable, pleasant and brief relative to other museums of the type.
The new wing of the museum has a wonderful collection of Japanese and Asian arts and cultural artifacts.
Head out for 15 minutes to this mountain retreat of a museum.
Awesome museum with an extensive manga library, including a large foreign language collection, and a interesting timeline on the development and expansion of manga culture in English and Japanese.
To be able to visit the Kyoto International Manga Museum, lay my hands on real manga and buy some for myself to take home made my first-time Kyoto visit even more memorable and remarkable.I will definitely come ba...
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This museum, which opened in 1928, is one of the oldest art museums in Japan.