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This small museum is impressive (and free if you are over 65 and have a document to prove it). The collection is very interesting and well-displayed although there are fewer explanations in English than in some museums. We combined a stop here with our walk...More
I visted this interesting museum today arriving on Bus 12 which stops right out the front. The Isho Domoto Museum of Fine Arts was designed by Isho Domoto (1891-1975) with the hope of displaying his own work. The museum was eventually donated to the Kyoto...More
We stumbled across this museum and decided to visit. The building looks fascinating from the outside. The museum itself is not too big and gives an excellent introduction to the art of Insho Domoto (1891-1975)
I saw this museum is quite unique, especially designed building attractive. In the museum exhibited a variety of works of art with Japanese characteristics. The building consists of 3 floors has a variety of art themes.
Thank Jack F
Hot springs and historic temples characterize the leafy landscapes of Northern Kyoto. Acres of tranquil residential streets are interrupted by some of Kyoto's most gorgeous architectural gems, including the majestic Golden Pavilion of Kinkakuji, the serene artistry of the Ryoanji Temple rock gardens, and the bold red paint across the structures of Enryakuji Temple. Once a religious core of the city, the
district now boasts some of its most remote and peaceful hot springs, as well as a few of its best family-run mom-and-pop restaurants. A blend of extremely local at its outskirts, and highly peopled at its tourist centers, Northern Kyoto nonetheless retains a halcyon air in harmony with nature.