It takes real effort to climb to the site of this modern museum in a park overlooking Genoa.
The museum offers more steps to climb in a clever suite of levels.
Unfortunately the contents,chiefly Japanese are rather pedestrian.
Labeling is in Italian and often at ground level making them illegible.
There is a temporary exhibit focusing on the rebirth of Japanese paintings.
The works are poorly lit,far from the viewer and behind glass panes with many reflections.
Labeling also illegible.
What a shame,some works appear interesting.
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