This museum is like a three-dimensional art textbook. All of the paintings are reproductions on porcelain pannels, but they look familiar. In that meaning, this museum must be unique. Probably, the main purpose of most visitors to Naruto is to watch whirlpools. Maybe some of them visit this museum just to kill time before the right time to watch whirlpools of the day, because the museum is close to the port where you take a whirlpool observation boat. Actually, this museum is huge and it may takes more than 5 hours to see all the paintings. So if you plan to come back to the museum after you watch whirlpools, don't forget to get a stamp on your ticket for a re-entry when you leave. Incidentally, the entrance tickets are a bit pricey.
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