We visited this museum as part of having free entry with our Grutto passes. The works in display were varied - ceramics, calligraphy, oriental images, paintings, and statues - most of which was Japanese. The painting hall was European and was the poorest hall there.
Much of the museum still seemed to be sealed off so not sure of the current works are to be expanded. There wasn't a guide but the labels were also in English which have some information.
Photography is not permitted.
Fairly quiet here but this enabled us to enjoy the works in a relaxed atmosphere.
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