We stayed at Westin Westin Hotel in Kyoto and arrived at exit 2 of the Metro Cuisheng Station (T09). Near Nanchan Temple/Ping'an Temple/Biwa Lake Hydrophobic Memorial Hall/Philosophical Road/Qingshui Temple/Gaotai Temple/Osaka Shrine/Kyoto Art Museum/Zoo and so on in the east of Kyoto.
When I went there, I met the students who were conducting exhibitions and visiting them for free. I thought it was very good. Japanese aesthetic education was deeply rooted in the hearts of the people. There were some small art galleries around, and I thought it was very interesting. There are pottery, porcelain, paintings by young students~
I was very surprised to catch up with the Monet and Renoir exhibitions, two French Impressionist painters whom I like very much! ___________ How cool! There's nothing else to see. The Art Museum is right at the entrance of the Temple of Peace. It can be turned together.
Kyoto Municipal Art Museum. From left to right, the exhibitions are Rubens, Raphael, van Dyck and Van Gogh. Although Kyoto Municipal Art Museum is not a world-class art gallery, from the level of exhibition can also be considered extraordinary taste, superb strength.