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Mr Nakamura made his fortune from sake, but loved tea and the tea ceremony. Link this with the DT Suzuki Museum - from where we walked in 5 minutes to get here via a path around the back. Allow half an hour for this museum...More
Small artsy museum with (of course) a lovely garden. Collection is built on one donated by a local businessman. Lots of stuff about the tea ceremony and other traditional Japanese arts. I thought the best thing was a very large, long painted screen. 30 minutes...More
Established by a now-deceased 20C local businessman, the museum contains a small collection of antique tea ceremony items and scrolls from Japan, China, and Korea. The signage in Japanese only, but an English-language overview brochure is available. The museum is small in scale and scope....More
the only thing that I find interesting about this place was the garden. otherwise, i frankly find this place more suitable for people to conduct traditional Japanese tea ceremonies than a museum. very calm and tranquil ambience.