Speaking of Ueno, I believe that many people come here purely to step on the park, and there is no time to visit the museum. This Tokyo tour finally came to the museum for a good visit by staying on the edge of Ueno Park for three days. To be honest, if you want to take a serious look, you must reserve a full daytime here. The museum is divided into three parts: the Museum of Japanese culture, the East Asia Pavilion and the Western Pavilion. Among them, the museum is the most domineering one. Its architectural style is a combination of East and West. There are a lot of national treasures in it. The key is that besides private donations, all national treasures can be taken freely. However, it is not recommended to borrow a guide machine. The introduction in Chinese is too soy sauce. The Japanese version is very detailed and interesting. Take a look. The introduction of the exhibits is also the same. The introduction in Chinese is far less detailed than that in Japanese and English. This Museum introduces Japan from history to life. Its layout is reasonable, its space is large and its environment is comfortable. It happened to be cherry blossom when we went. The back yard was very open. The wind blew through the cherry blossoms and snow was very beautiful. The East Asia Pavilion is mainly made of Chinese goods, but compared with some people who said it was stolen or disapproved, the Chinese goods mainly came from the Northwest Valley Exploration Team and the excavation of the colonial Shandong Period, which are similar to those of the Mogao Grottoes. However, the Japanese pay more attention to Buddhist culture, so most of them are collections in this area. But here, as far as Jin Dynasty, all the Buddha statues and stone tablets have no glass, and there are no limited photographs. This feeling of shock can not be experienced in any museums in China. Pingcheng Pavilion, or the Western Pavilion, was not visited at last. It was said that the contents were not very attractive and could not be evaluated. At the same time, there was a memorial hall of the Falong Temple. After looking at the collection of Buddha statues of different sizes, it was very sincere. But soon I will feel bored, and the Buddha statue in the exhibition hall is very boring. All in all, this is a place to prepare for a whole day or even to come many times, because the national treasure is not a one-time exhibition, but a special exhibition separated by time. There are different opinions on this point. Additionally, the restaurants in the museum are excellent, absolutely high-quality, and recommend a good time with a time plan. In terms of price, tickets for more than 700 Japanese yen are also inexpensive. They are well worth the money.
In this museum, we have a systematic understanding of Japanese bushido, Samurai knives, kimonos, tea art, painting and calligraphy screens, kabuki, Ukiyoshi painting, theology and Buddhism in Japan. There is a pavilion dedicated to introducing Chinese, Korean, Indian and Southeast Asian cultures and expressing Japanese Asian ideas. At least, there is no exhibition in China that systematically introduces the relationship between Confucian civilization and Asian civilization, which shows that China, as a big Asian country, needs more efforts to organize and promote Asian culture. In addition, many of the Chinese cultural relics displayed can be used as treasures of domestic museums. These national treasure-grade cultural relics lie quietly in a corner of the museum and give visitors to visit them. Perhaps most of the Chinese people do not yet understand the subtleties of Chinese civilization. In the process of visiting, I feel that we should understand the life style of Chinese literati from the perspective of Japanese, and the achievements of ancient China are also interesting. Among them, they described the loss of Dunhuang literature as an exploratory journey between Japanese and British legal persons. They called it a journey of cultural blending and compared it with the Silk Road of China. It is difficult to describe the taste of this description. Perhaps they did not steal Dunhuang antiquities, and the treasures of Dunhuang could not escape the destruction of war and revolution. This loss is indeed a great harm to the self-esteem of the Chinese people. Perhaps there is some element of happiness in the protection of cultural relics themselves.
Located in Ueno Park, it takes about 10 minutes to walk from Ueno Station. The ticket price is not expensive. It is worth spending more than two hours to appreciate the historical treasures. Unfortunately, some exhibits can not be photographed. There is a restaurant next to our restaurant. Because it is raining soon after the meal, we choose to eat in this restaurant nearby. Unexpectedly, the taste is good and the price is fair.
In Ueno Park, there are several museums and art galleries nearby, which have a very cultural and artistic atmosphere. The Museum has a rich collection of fine artifacts, including fine ceramics from China, donated by many collectors. I like Japanese unique lacquerware art very much - dill painting, exquisite shape, elegant patterns, worthy of Japan's national treasure. It happened that there were special exhibitions of Ding Qing, the master of Buddhist sculpture in Dabao Ensi Temple, Kyoto, and some of the works of Mr. Qi Baishi, the master of Chinese painting, which were also fortunate and fortunate.
Very good. I recommend everyone to come and see it. On Friday, from twelve to nine o'clock, we stormed for nine hours and finished seeing three pavilions. It is recommended that you buy the Noda Culture Volume, 3000 yen, many permanent exhibitions and a special exhibition.
The oldest museum in Japan. It feels that arts and crafts exhibits are rich, ranging from lacquerware, wood carvings, fabrics, painting and calligraphy to stone carvings and metal products. Besides the exhibits from Japan, there are also exhibits from other Asian countries, which are worth seeing. It's a little far from the subway entrance, and it's a long way to walk. Parents should be prepared.
The highly recommended museum is on the northernmost side of Ueno Park, where admission fees are less than 600 Japanese yen for adults. There are five Museum collections, such as the Toyo Museum. The museum is rich in local Japanese cultural relics. The Toyo Museum displays warriors'armor props, kimonos and silk paintings. The Toyo Museum mainly displays cultural relics of other Asian countries, a large part of which are Chinese cultural relics and others are Korean and Vietnamese. It will take three hours for the whole museum to visit. It is suggested that the museum should visit all of them.
From Pinchuan to Ueno, take the Yamanote Line to arrive, there are sidewalks out of the station, and in the case, the last time I went to Ueno is the zoo. This time I went back to the museum, there are many collections, and special exhibitions. I need to buy tickets separately. The elderly are free. To see a day, there is a lunch at noon, beside the Dongyang Pavilion there is a normal restaurant, there are wonton, the elderly population is not bad, no problem.
On the side of Ueno Park, the National Museum is dominated by Japan. The Dongyang Museum has many historical relics from China, Asia, Africa and other countries. Despite the historical factors, there are still many good things to watch. The environment is quieter than in China.
The museum is next to Ueno Park. It's a place that can be visited for a whole day. It's very large. It consists of our museum, Dongyang Museum, Xiyang Museum and so on. Recently, there are also Chinese special exhibitions of Terracotta Warriors and Horses of Qin Shihuang and Yan Zhenqing's calligraphy. It is also a good place to learn about Japanese history and culture.