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Looks like part of a fairy tale with the crystal trees and curtain.
Great indoor display in French style buildings. Beautiful garden with a selection of restaurants. We sat outside with a glass of wine and just enjoyed the scenery.
Both classical pieces of Venetian glass and modern creations. Well curated in a garden setting with a river running at the bottom of the garden. The variety in the collection is stunning - from the figurative to the abstract, from the beautiful to the bizarre....More
Wow, what a fabulous collection of glass art, by Venetian artists and (my fave!) Chihuly. Don’t miss lunch in the Italian restaurant with live music (by Italian performers!) and do try the antipasto. Who cares if it’s raining? Most exhibits are indoors. Get those cameras...More
It was a wet day and we were looking for something to do that would keep us dry. We decided on this museum and were so glad we did. As the title says it was a fantastic place to visit. We were blown away with...More
We stayed almost directly across from the museum but it was on our itinerary anyway. Looked interesting online. It is a pretty cool place to go. The views from there was nice, the place is huge, and there are alot of cool stuff to look...More
Visited this place it is one of the top rated attractions in Hakone. I wouldn't call it a must-visit attraction particularly if you've been to Venice, however if you really like glass art you would certainly appreciate it more than the average person. The gift...More
This museum features beautiful glassworks, both inside the buildings and out in the grounds. There are two separate museum buildings, one for classical glass pieces and one for modern glass art. There is also a colossal gift shop, though the items are quite expensive. Overall,...More
So blown away by the beautiful glass objects on display. Everything felt so exquisite and delightful. The buildings were so quaint and relaxing to be in. It was like a place of magic tucked away in the mountains.
If you ever been to the music box museum at kawaguchiko, you will realized that rhw garden layout is almost similar to the music box museum. Probably due to same owner. This museum is a nice touch. Not difficult to go. Just take the tozan...More