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Fujishiro Seiji Museum

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Fujishiro Seiji Museum

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203 Yumoto, Nasu-machi, Nasu-gun 325-0301 Tochigi Prefecture
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Joy Y wrote a review Sep 2016
Salt Lake City, Utah17 contributions12 helpful votes
I almost didn't go because it is expensive for a small-ish museum featuring only one artist (1600 yen). However, I am glad I did. It was fascinating to see the variety of effects that can be obtained by one artist working mostly in just one style. Some of the pieces really touched me and I found myself going back to look at a couple of them more than once. My 2 year-old loved the kage-e theater. The museum was small enough that she didn't get bored and there were a lot of families with young kids so I didn't worry too much if she made noise. The final piece on display in the back of the museum was truly breathtaking.
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Date of experience: September 2016
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