Just zen... don't go there to discover one of the 7th wonder of the world... you won't find it. The museum is small very smal so take your time to enjoy each of the very few places. Just take you time and more you will...More
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The museum is some 15 mins walk from 21st Century museum. It's very small with just few halls. Get an audio guide, included in the admission, sit and contemplate looking at the water mirror garden.
Saw plenty of disappointed faces when they realised how small this place was after travelling the distance. I enjoyed it for its serenity and architecture. Probably takes one 15mins to complete the entire museum.
Simply Zen gorgeous. Walking to it after alighting from the bus, we walked on a peaceful gravel path through a forested area - part of the vast park next door. The Museum building and surrounding pool will de-stress and amaze you - why don't more...More
People who enjoy architecture should visit this place. The museum was designed by a famous Japanese architect, Taniguchi Yoshio and it incorporate the Zen spirit of the D.T Suzuki who wrote books about Zen Buddhism
Very close to 21st contemporary art museum of Kanazawa. But it’s little complicated to get here. That complicated way makes this place very quiet. Perfect atmosphere for meditation. Recommend before noon. Afternoon get little crowded. This is not the place to see Daisez's work but...More
Learning about DT Suzuki within this serene and beautifully detailed Museum was an inspirational experience. We came here with two kids, 9 and 12 and they loved it as well. It is one of our top pick for things to do in Kanazawa and a...More
This very modern, inspirational building commemorates the life of D T Suzuki, who somewhat improbably introduced Zen Buddhism to most of the Western World. He married an American in 1915, remarkable enough in itself, but especially so when Japan was still a very traditional inward-looking...More
Small but impressive museum that is centered around D.T. Suzuki, a teacher of Zen Buddhism, who is considered instrumental in introducing this philosophy to the west. This museum and its contemplative space with reflection pool is peaceful and impressive. A tranquil experience compared to many...More