Kumamoto Japan Museums
The Kofukuji National Treasure Museum houses a large collection of Buddhist artworks, including sculptures, paintings, Buddha sculptures, statues and other objects from around the world. Many famous treasures of the Hayashibara Art Museum in Okayama City, Okayama Prefecture are on display. The museum has a larger collection than any other Buddhist art, including three Buddhist statues of Buddha and a large number of other Buddhist sculptures.
The museum's collection, which opened in 1976, includes international works, including works by Renoir and Rodin. Maekawa is considered one of his masterpieces due to his works in many art museums, including the Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum. One of the most famous works of art in the Kofukuji National Treasure Museum is a theatre built during the Meiji period.
There are also exhibits and display boards in the Museum of Modern Transport in Osaka, which was in operation from 1962 to 2014. There are also a number of works entrusted to the Kumamoto Prefecture Museum of Art by the Eisei Bunko Museum, Tokyo, including works such as a folding screen, a sculpture of a horse and a painting of Kofukuji Castle.
If you are interested in ancient history, the Kumamoto Decorated Tumulus Museum is worth a visit as it is one of the most foreign-friendly museums I have ever seen in Kumikawa, with many exhibits containing explanations in English. Japanese museums, including the Yamaga Kikuchi Sighting Museum and the Kofukuji Museum of Art, are a boon for international travelers. I would love to visit both museums on a tour, but they are best combined in one place to make a full day visit, not just a day trip.
If you are coming from Fukuoka or Kagoshima, the fastest way to reach Kumamoto is by the Shinkansen Express Train. If you are travelling from Osaka or Hiroshima, you will need to take the Sanyo Shinksansen from Hakata Station in FukUoka and connect it to Kyushu Shine Station or take a bus. Take a taxi to Musashi Art Museum for a guided tour of the museum's Musashi collection - related items including swords and artworks that depart from Kumikawa Station in Josai en.
The Gallery Room is a renovated multipurpose room located at the front entrance of the museum. The Ice Eibunko Gallery of the Hosokawa Collection in Kumamoto was founded in the early 20th century with the help of a group of students from the Art Faculty of the University of Tokyo.
The main attraction of the museum are its beautiful gardens, widely considered to be one of the best in Japan. Japanese landscaped gardens, created by the Hosokawa clan in the 17th century, surround a central pond surrounded by historic Tokaido streets that connect Edo, Tokyo, and Kyoto, including a miniature mountain called Fuji. The green park houses the Sapporo Art Museum, which exhibits artists with strong ties to Hokkaido, and the Sapporo Sculpture Garden, which is intended to complete the outdoor landscape.
The Okinawa Peace Memorial Museum commemorates the battle of Okinawa and serves as a memorial to the people who died and suffered in the war. This is the Okinawa Peace Park, where many monuments have been erected to Japanese and foreign victims of the Battle of Okinawa.
Kumamoto Prefecture has an area stretching along the border between Kyushu Island and the Japanese mainland in the north and east of the country. When you travel to Kyushu Island, you should get off the beaten track and visit Mount Aso or take a day trip to Kumazaki to visit other cities. There are several train stations and express buses to and from Fukuoka, Nagasaki and Kagoshima. The express bus is also useful for Fukushima, as they are all located in the same Kyushingu area as Kumimoto.
Many of the various decorated mound tombs in Kumamoto are celebrated for their historical significance, and railway museums are an attractive leisure option for travelers to Japan. If you are a rail fan and travel with others who are not, the Kyoto Railway Museum is right next to other museums and family-friendly attractions, including the Kyoto Aquarium, so you have something for everyone during the day. Don't worry, you can also rediscover ancient Japan at the Kyushu Onsen Railway Museum and Kansai Railway Museum.
The Kyushu National Museum of Dazaifu is the fourth new national museum in Japan and was built as a means of protecting safety and disaster preparedness.
The Kyushu National Museum of Dazaifu, Japan's second largest museum, recently displayed a display case called "Animals," which features a variety of animals of all ages, from birds and mammals to reptiles and birds of prey. The exhibition tour starts on 1 October 2017 at 10 a.m. and takes place on the dates mentioned above. It houses a large collection of animal and plant specimens from around the world, as well as a number of rare animals and plants.