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I had been to Benesse House Hotel and Museum before, but the Chichu was a long wait and we did not go in. This year, it was not crowded and we entered quickly at the appointed time. I had no idea what to expect, but...More
Like many people who reviewed this museum, I really enjoyed it, and I am not "artistic" in the least. I did not find the staff rude or hostile at all. They are quiet and kind, and do their best to keep the environment calm and...More
The entire museum features only 4 artists. But they are given so much space and reverence for their work. You experience the building, the space and the work. Only pretentious part was why we need to take our shoes off to view Monet’s water lilies...More
The Chichu Art Museum was one of the highlights of my trip to Japan. Don't go in expecting a typical museum with paintings and sculptures. There is one room with 5 Monets, but that's not really what this museum is about. It's about experiencing a...More
Island hopping is a major activity for Takamatsu visitors, and going to Chichu art museum should definitely be on your agenda!
The museum was designed by Ando, a world renowned Japanese Architect. The building has no exterior, as all the space are excavated as an...More
I brought my parents to the Chichu Art Museum - they are not particularly interested in art, however they had an amazing experience. This was definitely a highlight of our entire trip, and one of the most interesting and beautiful galleries I have ever been...More
As some have commented before, this museum prides itself in giving a "true" experience of art. And this results in conformity.
In each room, for every art work (beware, there are only the four that are advertised, not more) you are told (sometimes in person,...More
I believe you would be commuting for at least 6-7h that day so unless you absolutely love one of the artists in the collection I think you mostly ruin a day for yourselves - and I absolutely loved the collection - it just... More
I believe you would be commuting for at least 6-7h that day so unless you absolutely love one of the artists in the collection I think you mostly ruin a day for yourselves - and I absolutely loved the collection - it just requires more time than you have to spare at this moment.