I did not expect to enjoy seeing hand dye-tied silk kimonos with scenes of Japan but this place is extraordinary. The introductory video in English helped us understand that Kubota is no longer living but had an amazing career as an artist. The display is wonderful but photography is not permitted and I wanted to take photos of the kimonos.
The teahouse is a great place to end the tour with a beautiful view of the forest and a pool behind the museum. The building itself is a work of art that seems to rise from the ground as a natural wonder. We walked the trail behind afterward and enjoyed the beautiful outdoor scenery with many Japanese maples turning red in the fall. I would go back and enjoy it again.
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