Discover the best top things to do in , Japan including Taibi Yoshika Museum, Hagi Uragami Museum, Pear Museum, Warabekan, Misasa Violin Museum, Watanabe Art Museum, Okuizumo Tatara to Tokenkan, Kurayoshi Figure Museum, Mizuki Shigeru Museum, Hagi Hakubutsukan.
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I enjoyed the museum. It is filled with modern ceramic art in the permanent exhibit. Only cost 300 yen. There are also an exhibit showing how wood block prints are carved and colored. There is some detailed prints showing how a maiden would live and the arts she would do all of her free time. There is also really exquisite lacquerware. I didn’t see the traveling exhibit that was held in three other halls. That was 1100 yen.
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The Tottori Twentieth Century Pear Memorial Museum Nokokkokan is the only pear-themed museum in Japan in Kurayoshi, Tottori Prefecture. It was opened in April 2001, one of the facilities that make up Kurayoshi Park Square. The official name is Tottori Prefectural Tottori Twentieth Century Pear Memorial Hall, but it was nicknamed Nasukokan in December 2009 and has been used in combination.
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The Warabekan is a museum of toys and children’s songs. We welcome everyone to come and visit. The Warabekan, opened on July 7th, 1995 has two Thema, children’s songs and toys. We are the home for children’s songs and commemorate the success of the ’89 Tottori World Toy Exposition. The museum is an old-style structure with the restored exterior of the former Tottori Prefectural Public Library, and it is filled with toys and songs of long ago. Come enjoy the various exhibits as you lose yourself in this ageless world.
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The Watanabe Art Museum is a registered museum in Tottori Prefecture, Tottori Prefecture. Operated by the Watanabe Art Museum. It was established in 1978 for the purpose of storing and releasing the 30,000 artworks collected by doctors and yuan Yuan, and was incorporated in 1987.
The best museum for Samurai's culture maybe. Here are lots ancient armours and weapon. The quantity of the armours and weapon may be the top of Japanese museum. You can also try to wear the helmet and take photos for free. The stuff is very kind and helpful. Worth visiting!
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Japan's oldest circular school in existence has been reborn as a sacred place for figures. A variety of figures will be exhibited, and you can also experience the actual production.
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Mr. Shigeru Mizuki who is a cartoonist and a youkai researcher and adventurer. It was opened in 2003 as a collection of charms and works of strangers in Sakaiminato city, where Mizuki is known as "Gegege no Kitaro". The number of holding points is approximately 700. The museum exhibits original illustrations, paintings, old comic books, yokai collections collected overseas, and yokai figures.
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