Top Kanagawa Prefecture Museum Tickets & Passes
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"Yoyoaki Museum of Art" is a museum that opened in 1991 in Kita-Kamakura. The building has a calm appearance, similar to a Western-style building that appears in picture books. Inside the museum are works by Yoshiaki Ha, who has a track record in the "Bologna International Children's Book Exhibition Graphic Award". Valuable initial works and original paintings such as watercolors and oil paintings are on display. At the museum shop next to it, you can find goods that can only be purchased here. Many works that inspire your imagination are exhibited in the hall, and you will gradually be drawn into the world view. You can think about the feeling of the hero drawn on the big page in the picture book and feel a little adventure. Please spend a relaxing time surrounded by a quiet forest.
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The world of masterpieces loved around the world is here. Time slip to the streets of France! Have you ever heard of this name, "The Little Prince"? The story is written by Saint-Exupéry and has been loved in the world even after more than 75 years since its publication. The Prince's Museum introduces the life of author Saint-Exupéry and faithfully reproduces the scenery of his time. Enjoy the sensation of going back to France in the 1900s. In the video hall, you can enjoy his life and the story of "The Little Prince" on a 400-inch screen. The person who has read the work and the person who has not read it should be fascinated by the view of the world. * Closed on the second Wednesday of every month (except March and August). The restaurant / museum shop is also closed. * Tickets for disabled people are not sold online. Please present your handicapped certificate at the ticket office and purchase it locally. * If you are a senior, please purchase a ticket locally. * High school / university / vocational school students should purchase tickets locally. Outside the museum, seasonal flowers and sunbeams welcome you. The whole of the park is the shooting spot for the Little Prince Museum. Everywhere in the park, you can meet the characters that jumped out of the picture book and entertain you with various expressions. Rich greenery spreads out in the garden, and seasonal flowers such as handkerchief trees, hydrangea and roses greet you. Pashari with sunbeams in the background. You can put a piece like a picture postcard into the camera. Why don't you step into this opportunity?
[20% discount] Hakone Museum of Art Advance Coupon (Admission + Matcha / Japanese Sweets Set Ticket)
A museum with a national monument garden! Offer a 20% discount on advance tickets with Matcha set! The Hakone Museum of Art, which has the oldest history in Hakone, opened in 1927. The site named “Shinsenkyo” with the museum is registered as a national monument because of its historical value. The grounds are a Japanese garden, with highlights such as “Midori-no-Michi”, “Bamboo Garden”, and “Moss Garden” covered with about 130 types of moss. In the back of the moss garden is the tea room “Mawatei,” where there are seats where you can enjoy matcha tea. TripAdvisor offers “Admission fee + Matcha / Japanese sweets set ticket in the tea room” at a 20% discount. You can use it at a better price than usual. * Opening hours for tea seats are from 10:00 to 15:30. * Admission fees are discounted for high school and university students, so please purchase only the admission ticket, not this ticket, and purchase snacks locally. Exhibition of Japanese pottery from the Jomon period to the Edo period! The Hakone Museum is 3 stories high and there are 5 exhibition rooms on the 1st and 2nd floors. Exhibits range from the Minowa statue, an important cultural property, to pottery from the Jomon period to pottery from the Edo period. In accordance with the founder, Shigekichi Okada's intention that “arts should not be monopolized”, we would like as many people as possible to see their cultural value. To access the hotel, please use a cable car or a tour bus from Gora Station.
Up to 22% off using advance tickets! Learn Japanese pottery culture at the oldest museum in Hakone! The Hakone Museum is the oldest museum in Hakone. It has a history of more than 60 years since its opening in 1927. The five exhibition rooms in the hall will mainly display pottery from the Jomon period to the Edo period, such as tea utensils from the Momoyama period and coffee from the Kamakura / Muromachi period. There are also Minowa statues of important cultural properties. The TripAdvisor ticket offers admission fees at a reasonable price. For adults, 900 yen is 700 yen, and for high school students 400 yen is 350 yen. When coming, please use a cable car or a tour bus from Gora Station. * Admission free for junior high school students and younger. * If you are a high school student or a senior customer, please show us what you can prove. * Tickets for disabled people are not sold online. Please present your handicapped certificate at the ticket office and purchase it locally. * Maximum 22% discount on titles is based on adult rates. The grounds are a stunning Japanese garden with historical and cultural value! “Shinsenkyo”, where the Hakone Museum of Art is located, was registered as a national monument in 2013 as a garden with historical and cultural value. In particular, “moss garden” is widely known and its kind is said to be the best in Japan. In autumn, about 200 colored leaves are brilliantly colored, and in September, light purple Miyaginohagi fills both ends of the alley, making it a garden that can be enjoyed in each season. There is also a tea room in the back of the moss garden, where you can enjoy natural green tea and Japanese sweets while watching the scenery.
Art enthusiasts won't want to miss Hakone's Narukawa Art Museum, which specializes in Japanese paintings. The museum has more than 4000 pieces in its collection, providing a unique opportunity to learn more about the 'nihonga' style of modern Japanese painting. The collection presents some of the finest post-World War II art in Japan.
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