Easy access by bus, close to the airport.A god collection of asian, japanese art and handcraft.It is located in an interesting building.
Don't expect a lot of art since the place is rather tiny. However exhibitions are always very well made and very interesting. The building architecture is zen and peacefull. Quite an achivement!
The building is beautiful, as is its setting. There are 4 rooms on the main floor, with about 10 items in each. The upper floor is devoted to photos about excavations in Cambodia, and the lowest level has a few more exhibits. The Museum is in the park near the airport end of the Promenade des Anglais. We love Asian... More
It is firstly, a wonderfully striking modern architectural structure. Designed by Kenzo Tanze,using the harmony of circles and squares to integrate a spirituality to this edifice. Its cultural eye-candy. the museum overlooks a lake and Phoenix Parc. Divided into four sections with outstanding works exemplifying Chinese,Japanese, Cambodian and Indian civilisations You will experience antiques,modern,precious arts & crafts, as well as,form... More
We went because it was next to the Parc Phoenix (and free) It's awfully small but each room had a guide sheet in English to explain most of the artifacts and it was different from other galleries I have visited. Definitely not one for children.
Close to the Parc Phoenix, this museum is housed in the only building in Europe by a famous Japanese master architect. Wonderful artefacts and a photographic history of the excavation of Angkor Wat
This is a fascinating museum where you can easily lose a few hours browsing the exquisite exhibits. Entrance is free, but special events, such as the tea ceremony (highly recommended) carry a small charge.
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