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Omiya Bonsai Art Museum, Saitama
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Sumida Hokusai Museum: Enjoy Ukiyo-e Art in Tokyo!
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Yokohama Ramen Museum: Best Place to Eat Ramen in Japan
ART AQUARIUM 2019: Eco Edo Nihonbashi
MORI Building DIGITAL ART MUSEUM: EPSON teamLab Borderless-Odaiba, Tokyo
YAYOI KUSAMA PUMPKIN FOREVER at Forever Museum of Contemporary Art Kyoto
Snoopy Museum Tokyo: Moving to Osaka and Nagoya in 2019
YAYOI KUSAMA Exhibition: ALL ABOUT MY LOVE at Matsumoto Museum of Art
Yayoi Kusama Museum is Opening in Shinjuku this October!!
KYOTO Meets YAYOI KUSAMA: Forever Museum of Contemporary Art
Hakone Open-Air Museum: World Masterpieces in Nature
Welcome to the World of Manga: International Manga Museum in Kyoto!
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Must-Visit Museums in Tokyo
Edo-Tokyo Museum: Experience the Great History of Tokyo!
National Museum of Nature and Science: Meet the Dinosaurs in Tokyo!
Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum
MIRAIKAN: Tokyo National Museum of Emerging Science
Adachi Museum of Art: the Most Beautiful Garden in Japan
National Museum of Western Art: The World Heritage Museum in Tokyo!
Japan’s Oldest and Largest Museum: Tokyo National Museum
Museum of YEBISU BEER : Tour and Beer Tasting!
YOKOHAMA CUP NOODLES MUSEUM: Create Your Own Cup Ramen!
Hiroshima Peace Memorial: “Must Never Fade” Memory

There are numerous kinds of museums in Japan. Not only they display heroically valuable works but also exhibit many other original Japanese artworks and cultural heritages to give tourists opportunities to become more familiar with Japanese tradition. Especially for example, the small isolated artistic island Naoshima in Kagawa Prefecture, Shikoku Region, is known for the entire island filled with pieces of artworks. Of course, there are many other museums exhibiting art works as well as manga and anime related items. Some museums even preserve and display the history of the country and science.