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  • Arts & Museums

    »National Museum of Japanese History

    Located in the Former Sakura Citadel Park, this museum established in 1983 covers all facets of Japan's history in five separate galleries. These are divided thematically: Paleolithic-Nara Period; Heian-Azuchi-Momoyama Periods; Edo Period; traditional culture; Meiji Period until the present day. Not speaking the language isn't a problem here: the exhibits are mostly interactive and visual. There is a gift shop and park outside if you need to take a break. Other facilities include an auditorium, library and restaurant.

    117 Jonai-cho
    Sakura-shi, 285-8502

    »Kawamura Memorial Museum of Art

    The Dainippon Ink & Chemical company established this museum to house its art collection. The earliest pieces date from 17th century Rembrandt to contemporary art. Artists include Tohaku, Chagall, Picasso, Monet, Kandinsky, Rothko and Pollock among others. A museum shop and restaurant plus a magnificent garden containing a variety of trees, flowers and plants are additional attractions.

    631 Sakado
    Sakura, 285-8505

    »Chiba City Museum of Art

    The CCMA building opened its museum doors to the public in November 1995. Located on the upper floors of the huge CCMA establishment, the museum offers a splendid view of Chiba city from its library and restaurant. Contemporary and modern artworks depicting Japanese lifestyle and culture form the core of this museum's vast collection. Besides, the museum also takes initiative in incorporating activities like musical concerts, book readings, classes on artwork and gallery talks.

    3-10-8 Chuo
    Chiba, 260-8733
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