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Koryo Museum of Art高麗美術館


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Art Museum

As an institution focused on displaying and researching the arts and crafts of the Korean peninsula, the Koryo Museum of Art has a collection of nearly 1,700 items. These cover a wide range: archeological artifacts, such as polished stone knives, tiles, and copper mirrors, ceramics such as Koryo celadon and Korean white porcelain, wooden craftwork decorated with mother-of-pearl and horn, landscapes, paintings of plants and animals, and vernacular paintings, Buddhist art, and ethnographic materials. The museum changes its exhibits four or five times per year on a rotating basis.


Kyoto Kyoutoshi Kita-ku Shichiku Kamishi-machi 15

phone 0754911192

10:00-17:00 (Admission is until 16:30)

Review of Koryo Art Museum

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Reviewed:2018/10/16 도자기
찿아가기는 어렵지 않다 버스하차 반대방향으로 일분도 안걸린다 시내에서 떨어져있어 한적하고 좋다 실내 사진금지라 안타깝지만 역시나 작품하나하나가 황홀하다 묘도 고양이 그림과 백자기와 병풍 서랍장 곱기만 하다 2 층은 비디오 두점을 볼 수 있게 책도 자유관람 할 수 있게 해 놓았어요 밖으로는 항아리 등이 있었는데 참. 이뿌네요 다시 오라면 꼭 다시. 옵니다
Reviewed:2017/11/14 充実
Reviewed:2017/09/26 想像以上に充実の内容

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10:00-17:00 (Admission is until 16:30)
Wednesday (The next day in the case of Public holiday), exhibition change Period, New Year's Holiday
[Admission fee] General 500 yen, Okako student 400 yen, Junior High School Students or less Free
※ Special exhibition is an extra charge
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