The Museum of History in Lushan mainly exhibits the objects of the New Period of Reform, such as dragon horses, black boats and other historical scenes. Here we have restored a lot, history, scenes. It's very educational. It's worth it. Tourists come here to enjoy it.
There is a Lingshan History Museum in the Lingshan Protectorate Shrine in Kyoto. The poster next to the bird's house shows that the hotel is closed today. It was Monday, and I was closed in several pavilions. Look carefully, sure enough, the closing day is every "moonlight day", that is, Monday in Japanese.
Half a day before leaving, it suddenly occurred to me why Kyoto did not see the shadow of Longer Swordsman's heart. After searching for Ikeda House incident, we found Lingshan History Museum, which is actually next to Qingshui Temple, but we didn't notice it that day. Along the road to the left is the shrine for the protection of the country, and to the right is the Lingshan History Museum. The Museum has two floors, recording some important time and figures before and after the Meiji Restoration, such as Ikeda House incident and the assassination of Sakamoto Longma, which have made very fine models to restore.
Lingshan Historic Museum is very good, the environment is green and comfortable, and the attitude is super good.
Japan pays great attention to history. Museums introducing local history are everywhere in Japan.
I came to Lingshan History Museum in Kyoto and learned a lot about Lingshan History.
The Lingshan History Museum in Kyoto is very large and has a lot of collections.