We were in the city for a few days prior to our cruise and decided to see the Japanese Couture Collection. Upon arrival, there is a woman sitting at, what we thought was the reception desk, but it was not (still not sure the purpose), and were directed to another desk up a few stairs . The woman seemed bothered that we were there and was not friendly. The reception desk attendant was nice enough, a young man, but was wearing a low cut sweater with his chest hair hanging out, very inappropriate and something I would have rather not seen. The Japanese exhibit was very interesting and nicely arranged. The staff were very protective of the art work - which of course is their role - but they seemed to almost make one feel as though if you looked at something in the "wrong" way you would be reprimanded. Just didn't feel welcomed. We browsed through the remainder of the museum but moved quickly and went on our way. A shame really - just got bad vibes.
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