This museum proved quite difficult to find from the subway station as it is neither really close to it or well signposted. Being used to the UK's mostly free museums, we felt the ticket price was steep. There was a (not very exciting) Finnish glassware special exhibition on at the time. By far the best feature is the riverside café, which is equipped with suitably beautiful china cups and saucers. We did not use it and with hindsight regret it, although prices are about double those of ordinary cafés outside (which aren't cheap themselves, it being a big Japanese city centre).
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