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Address: Kanozan, Kimitsu 292-1155, Chiba Prefecture
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Valleys, buds of the cherry trees

Almost 70 years ago, a man hiked up Mt.Kano and painted a picture. His name is Kaii Higashiyama. The title of the painting was "残照" which means "Afterglow". After that, this work... read more

Reviewed 13 February 2016
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Reviewed 13 February 2016 via mobile

Almost 70 years ago, a man hiked up Mt.Kano and painted a picture. His name is Kaii Higashiyama. The title of the painting was "残照" which means "Afterglow". After that, this work brought him the special prize at the largest competition art exhibition in Japan. He became one of the most famous land-scape painters in Japan. You can see a... More 

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