It was sardine-packed when I entered the gallery of ladies' fashion on the ground floor of this museum. All the female patrons wanted to have a closer look at the exquisite dresses. Likewise, I was enthralled by them. Soon, my attention span dwindled and I moved onto other floors. Second floor was of furniture and home decorations and they were very well-curated. Third floor was of large Buddhist idols and Japanese art. It was interesting but rather unmemorable.
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