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Notojima Glass Art Museum

Open today: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
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Beautiful art in a funky building but challenging for non-Japanese

The location and the driveway leading to it is beautiful. Th museum itself is located in a unique... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Assaf S
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We also visited the downstairs glass factory where we could go in and took lots of pictures. The... read more

Reviewed 28 December 2013
Nanaoshi
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Fukuoka, Japan
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“Beautiful art in a funky building but challenging for non-Japanese ”
28 Dec 2013
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It is the first public museum i Japan to specialize in glass art. We mainly Picasso and Chagall,glass arts of China's Qing Dynasty period,and glass arts by contemporary artists.
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125-10 Notojima Koda-machi, Nanao 926-0211, Ishikawa Prefecture
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+81 767-84-1175
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The location and the driveway leading to it is beautiful. Th museum itself is located in a unique, space-like complex that is an art form on its own. The exhibition on the basement floor is particularly interesting. But as in many other Japanese museums -...More

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Reviewed 28 December 2013

We also visited the downstairs glass factory where we could go in and took lots of pictures. The concentration of the 4 staffs were amazing. A lesson of light, zen, beauty. Loved it.

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