After leaving Kyoto in the afternoon, I could only choose one scenic spot to visit, so I chose this one. Later, I found that it was a worthwhile trip. There are a lot of pottery, calligraphy and painting, Buddhist sutras, sculptures and so on in China and Japan. They are well preserved. From the new era and the Ukiyo era to the Ming and Qing Dynasties and the Shogunate era, they are very interesting and highly recommended. They are not allowed to take pictures and take two photos for you at your own risk. Reference, please don't say I'm low quality.
Kyoto. Last time I passed by, I walked from Qingshui Temple to Dongfu Temple. The museum was halfway there. This time, I decided not to go to Dongfu Temple, but to this place instead. Ticket 520 yen per person, the courtyard is very large, there is a Western-style building is the old hall, is not open at present, but the new building is open. The Museum has three floors, two floors open, and the Buddha statues on the first floor are quite shocking. Apart from Buddha statues, the first layer is all kinds of utensils. The second floor is paintings and calligraphy. They are all Chinese landscape paintings.
Super location to find ah! Opposite the thirty-three halls! Every time I go to the thirty-three halls and then come here to see the exhibition. The Pavilion here is very large, rich in content, and the tickets are very affordable! The content of the exhibition is also very good, you can also buy exclusive souvenirs, there are many wonderful books! Beautiful surroundings, passing through the good places you can't miss! Strong push! You can spend at least half a day here.
The last day's trip was a pleasant arrangement for the museum. At first, it was to see the jewelry exhibition, but I didn't think it was wrong. I should go to the Museum of Modern Art, but it's all right. There is a Japanese armour exhibition in the Warring States Period, which is very interesting. The fountain design at the entrance adds a lot to the museum itself.
In fact, it's not big. It's much smaller than our museums. Japan's history is far less prosperous than China's, and many of them were influenced by the Tang Dynasty. The old Pavilion is similar to the Western architecture, designed by the Japanese, leaving only buildings and architectural drawings.
Just across from the thirty-three halls, there was a sea of people standing in line for more than forty minutes. It was absolutely different from the thirty-three halls in heaven and earth. Here at the National Treasure Exhibition, the house itself is very beautiful, the traffic around is not convenient, that is, there are many people.
One of the three major art museums in Japan, which holds the national treasure that has been passed down to this day and breathed with the ancient capital for thousands of years, is recognized as the "treasure hall" in the world. Actually, it's not big. It's much smaller than our museums.
If you don't understand Japanese, it will be a little hard to stroll around. Fortunately, there is a Chinese commentator. The museum is very quiet. Everyone enjoys the works very freely. The atmosphere is very good and the quality of the citizens is relatively high.