A very important stop for the Kyoto Museum. Opposite the famous Sanjusangendo, I was extremely impressed. The current pavilion is a new building, and the old site is next to it. The exhibits inside are dizzying. Moreover, the design of the exhibition hall is exquisite, the layout structure is reasonable, and the overall look and feel is very comfortable.
The Kyoto National Museum is a large-scale comprehensive museum that displays the culture of the Dahe people for thousands of years. There are also many testimonies of cultural exchanges with China. Many Japanese national treasures are collected here, which are definitely worth visiting.
Both historical building & very modern building are so beautiful.
This is an interesting Museum, full of fascinating relics and ancient pieces of history that hold valuable significance, both historically and culturally for Japan. It focuses on modern art in Japan and Asia as a whole, and you can find many different artefacts throughout the four storied museum. Make sure to get yourself a translator, to really get the most out of your experience at the museum. With so much history behind the museum itself and the treasures it holds, listening to the tales behind each piece and how it got there is an important part of your visit to the National Museum. A note worthy visit for history buffs and backpackers alike.
The museum has three floors, two floors are open, and the Buddha statues on the first floor are more shocking. In addition to Buddha statues, there are various vessels on the first floor. On the second floor are calligraphy and painting, all of which are Chinese landscape paintings.