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Notojima Glass Art Museum

Open today: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
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Interesting building, workshop

The building in which the collection is housed is as interesting as the glass displayed. The visit... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Valerie N
Beautiful art in a funky building but challenging for non-Japanese

The location and the driveway leading to it is beautiful. Th museum itself is located in a unique... read more

Reviewed July 7, 2018
Assaf S
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3 weeks ago
“Interesting building, workshop”
Jul 7, 2018
“Beautiful art in a funky building but challenging for non-Japanese ”
About
It is the first public museum i Japan to specialize in glass art. We mainly Picasso and Chagall,glass arts of China's Qing Dynasty period,and glass arts by contemporary artists.
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125-10 Notojima Koda-machi, Nanao 926-0211, Ishikawa Prefecture
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+81 767-84-1175
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

The building in which the collection is housed is as interesting as the glass displayed. The visit is not complete until you visit the glass workshop across the street and see the artisans creating glass items (or sign up to create something yourself). Don't miss...More

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Reviewed July 7, 2018 via mobile

The location and the driveway leading to it is beautiful. Th museum itself is located in a unique, space-like complex that is an art form on its own. The exhibition on the basement floor is particularly interesting. But as in many other Japanese museums -...More

Thank Assaf S
Reviewed December 28, 2013

We also visited the downstairs glass factory where we could go in and took lots of pictures. The concentration of the 4 staffs were amazing. A lesson of light, zen, beauty. Loved it.

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