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Good Information About Amami Ōshima

Small, but interesting information place which features detailed information concerning this unique... read more

Reviewed May 29, 2018
criancadodeus
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Washington
Interesting!

Amami Park hosts Amami no Sato-informative center/museum about the life on the island , Tanaka... read more

Reviewed April 1, 2017
Tanaka G
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Tokyo
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May 29, 2018
“Good Information About Amami Ōshima”
Apr 1, 2017
“Interesting!”
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1834 Setta Kasaricho, Amami 894-0504, Kagoshima Prefecture
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+81 997-55-2333
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Reviewed May 29, 2018

Small, but interesting information place which features detailed information concerning this unique island. Plus you will find an art museum featuring the art of Tanaka Isson who was best known for his flower-and-bird paintings of the island. Located near the airport, it offers a observation...More

Thank criancadodeus
Reviewed April 1, 2017 via mobile

Amami Park hosts Amami no Sato-informative center/museum about the life on the island , Tanaka Isson Memorial Museum of Art, a park and a deck which offers a panoramic view. To wisit the Amami no Sato and Tanaka Isson there is a 610¥ entrance fee....More

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Reviewed July 20, 2011

This museum describes very well the specific culture and the unique nature of Amami. It is full of love to the people, music, plants, and animals of Amami. There is an adjacent museum dedicated to the skillful and tragic painter Tanaka Isson, who spent the...More

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