Relatively cheap entry at ¥550 per person. Audio guides were another ¥500 each, personally didn’t think they were necessary unless you wanted very in depth information. Most of what was said in the audio guide was written in less detail in English near the artefact anyway.
The museum featured Japanese and East Asian textiles, ceramics, paintings and sculptures. I personally found some of the screen painting excellent as well as the ceramic sculptures. No photos allowed and as other reviews have mentioned they don’t allow use of devices at all.
Overall probably wouldn’t go out of the way to come here but if you’re nearby seeing Sanjusangendo Temple then it could be worth the stop.
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