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There are very good guides who speaks fluently English! But most of the objects have a translation in English. When you come on sunday afternoon in springtime, the grasfield around the museum is crowded with children and adults playing with their kites. Amazing!
I visited in June 2012, I was very impressed by the exhibitions! These are beautiful art objects and I learned a lot about the history and the process of making celadon! I would love to visit again. I wish they provide more formal tour in...More