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Top Museums to Visit on Teshima Island

Naoshima and Teshima islands are famous for being home to numerous museums that showcase the works of various international and Japanese modern artists...

Mori Art Museum

This contemporary art museum primarily displays Asian artists, and, instead of a permanent exhibit, showcases a constantly changing lineup of exhibitions, research projects, public programs, and more...

Kyushu National Museum

When this museum opened in 2005, it set a historical landmark by being the first national museum to open on the island of Kyushu and for being Japan's fourth National Museum...

Tezuka Osamu Museum

The creator of many a childhood favourite, including Astro Boy, a manga about a crime-fighting robot, and Black Jack, a medical doctor who dedicates his life to helping those in need, fans of his work can now relish the fact that there exists a museum solely dedicated to the Walt Disney of Japan...

Osaka Museum of Housing and Living

For those interested in experiencing Osaka’s history firsthand, the family-friendly Osaka Museum of Housing and Living is a worthwhile stop on your itinerary...

Top Museums to Visit on Naoshima

Perfect for a day trip, Naoshima and Teshima islands are famous for being home to numerous museums that showcase the art of modern artists from around the world...

Kochi Yosakoi Information Exchange Centre Museum

Every August the streets come alive when dance troupes from around the country descend on this sleepy, seaside city...

Hakone Open Air Museum

Possibly one of the most beautiful settings for an art museum in the world, the Hakone Open Air Museum offers a glimpse into modern art like never before...

Honba Yuki Tsumugi History Museum

Stepping through the gates of the Honba Yuki Tsumugi History Museum is a bit like going back in time...

Oyama Honba Yuki Tsumugi Craft Museum

A few steps away from Oyama station is the Oyama Honba Yuki Tsumugi Craft Museum...

Misasa Onsen

Three nights at Misasa Onsen has the power to cure any disease according to a local proverb...

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