I enjoyed my visit to this museum very much, even though I'm not into oriental art at all. It's a small collection of beautiful Chinese and Japanese ceramics, Japanese artworks, Chinese silks, plus European imitations, all from local collectors. It's all beautifully presented, the museum is well kept, and the staff are helpful. There's even a lady on the first floor who gives visitors a guided tour for free (I was told, but she was busy when I arrived). The museum is located centrally, just off the main square, Piazza Unità d'Italia. It's small, so there's no restaurant or bookshop, but it's OPEN unlike many museums in Trieste, where you have to call to ask them to open for you. And it's in good shape, unlike numerous Italian museums that are literally about to collapse (e.g. the ceramics museum in Caltagirone).
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