Surrounded by a park, zoo, temple and burial grounds, it is easy to spend the better part of a day exploring this part of Osaka. When I was there, there was a special exhibit on carved wooden statues from the Heien and Kamakura periods. It was very well attended and exhibited. Unfortunately, signage was only in Japanese, except for the title and period so you could not really learn about the pieces - similarly, in the permanent collection, there was very little info in English. Half of the permanent rooms were not open.
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