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Tokyo Fuji Art Museum

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Tokyo Fuji Art Museum

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492-1 Yanomachi, Hachioji 192-0016 Tokyo Prefecture
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Mount Takao, a popular hiking spot in Tokyo
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Mount Takao, a popular hiking spot in Tokyo

You can enjoy the precious historical temples and nature left in Tokyo.<br>It is said that about 2.6 million climbers climb this mountain annually, surpassing Mount Fuji and Mount Everest, and it is famous as the most visited mountain in the world.<br>It is also easily accessible from the center of Tokyo.
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Prepcook wrote a review Mar 2017
Fussa, Japan332 contributions239 helpful votes
This museum has the largest collection of Western art of any museum we have been to so far. The collection is very well balanced as far as major schools of art being represented across a historical timeline. It did seem as if not all the galleries were in use for this but it was still quite pleasant. It should not take more than two hours to view unless you opt for a coffee or light meal at the cafe. Be forewarned: get there early as they had run out of every menu item and cake by 2:00. Admission is very reasonable compared to city museums in downtown Tokyo. There is ample English signage. Parking is free in two lots up the hill from the entrance but again, plan ahead and arrive early to get a space right away or be prepared to wait.
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Date of experience: March 2017
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Matan Katz wrote a review Feb 2017
Jerusalem, Israel196 contributions52 helpful votes
If you happen to be in Hachioji and in Soka university vicinity you might as well check this place out. Like all museums in Japan it's nicely done, has clean and comfortable facilities but I wouldn't go out of my way for it.
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Date of experience: November 2016
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Cem wrote a review Nov 2014
Bangkok, Thailand14 contributions3 helpful votes
Great work here. This place located very near with SOKA University. You can access easily by bus from Hachioji Station.
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Date of experience: October 2014
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Ted C wrote a review Feb 2013
La Mesa, California194 contributions254 helpful votes
This museum is located a considerable distance from Hachioji Station on the campus of Soka University. The permanent collection is generally second rate, and with a few exceptions the traveling and temporary exhibits are not particularly strong. Bus service is available from Hachioji Station so it is not necessary or advisable to take a taxi due to the cost. The campus itself is attractive during the cherry blossom season.
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Date of experience: October 2012
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