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Nice drawings but.....

We decided to stop at this Museum as it started to rain very hard after our visit of the Nishi... read more

Reviewed 13 March 2018
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Japanese irony at the Ryukoku Museum

Gorgeous stuff, but what torment! Virtually nothing in English, beyond tantalising headings... read more

Reviewed 23 August 2014
Bill M
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12 Mar 2018
“Nice drawings but.....”
22 Aug 2014
“Japanese irony at the Ryukoku Museum”
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Reviewed 29 April 2013

When you visit Nishi-Hongan-ji temple, you can't miss This Ryukoku Museum. From the temple to reach there, just cross the street. Currently they hold the special exhibition (~June 30, 2013) focusing on a painter HIRAYAMA Ikuo (1930-2009), who was well known for a collector of...More

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Reviewed 23 August 2014

Gorgeous stuff, but what torment! Virtually nothing in English, beyond tantalising headings - "..easy-to-understand presentation of Buddhism from its birth to the modern age." Followed by acres of, yes, Japanese! Special oriental joke? Not sure, but could sure do with a bit of cross-cultural empathy...More

5  Thank Bill M
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Reviewed 13 March 2018

We decided to stop at this Museum as it started to rain very hard after our visit of the Nishi Hongwangi Temple ( on the other side of the street ) .Lots of children around taking classes and interesting even funny drawings but we could...More

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Reviewed 23 August 2014

Gorgeous stuff, but what torment! Virtually nothing in English, beyond tantalising headings - "..easy-to-understand presentation of Buddhism from its birth to the modern age." Followed by acres of, yes, Japanese! Special oriental joke? Not sure, but could sure do with a bit of cross-cultural empathy...More

5  Thank Bill M
Reviewed 29 April 2013

When you visit Nishi-Hongan-ji temple, you can't miss This Ryukoku Museum. From the temple to reach there, just cross the street. Currently they hold the special exhibition (~June 30, 2013) focusing on a painter HIRAYAMA Ikuo (1930-2009), who was well known for a collector of...More

4  Thank vidyaAjanta
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