National Museum of Western Art

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National Museum of Western Art is a museum devoted to the works of western art in Ueno Park in Taito-ku, Tokyo.
The National Museum of Western Art was established in April 1959 and was based on the Matsukata Collection focusing on the Impressionist paintings and Auguste Rodin's sculptures previously stored by the French government.
The museum exhibits works from the Matsukata Collection as well as works created from the Renaissance to the early 20th century that have been acquired since the museum's opening. These permanent collection works are displayed in the Main Building (Le Corbusier, 1959) and New Wing (MAEKAWA Kunio, 1979) throughout the year.

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玫瑰花

I came here and found really is a surprise. Many artist's works shown here, engaged in artistic work I'm afraid few met Monet, Manet, and Rodin's sculptures. This is not a "Japan" cultural experience, is a great ...

I came here and found really is a surprise. Many artist's works shown here, engaged in artistic work I'm afraid few met Monet, Manet, and Rodin's sculptures. This is not a "Japan" cultural experience, is a great place if you love art, or you prefer a quiet tour that you can come here.

来到这里之后,发现着实是个惊喜。这里展示了很多艺术大家的作品, 从事艺术工作的人恐怕也没有几个见过像莫奈、马奈,还有罗丹的雕塑吧。这不是一个“日本”的文化体验,是一个伟大的地方,如果你热爱艺术,或者你喜欢安静方式旅游那你可以来这里。

VisitedJul 2009

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