Otsuka Museum of Art, Naruto

4.3
#1 of 194 in Museums in Shikoku
The largest exhibit space in Japan, Otsuka Museum of Art houses over 1,000 expertly made replicas of Western masterpieces, including a complete reproduction of Michelangelo's Sistine Chapel ceiling. Immerse yourself in the art of the masters, delicately reproduced to scale on ceramic boards and comprising pieces from across 190 museums in 25 countries. The expansive layout across 5 floors allows you to absorb the displayed art in peace, even on a busy day. Audio guides are available in English. Use our Naruto itinerary planning app to arrange your visit to Otsuka Museum of Art and other attractions in Naruto.
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  • Seishun 18 ticket went to Shikoku travel. Museum of reading through word of mouth, has to look forward to. Even family members are in the House did not have a student ID student pictures had sent mobile student, were grateful. Hotel was very impressive. Also if you happen to want to go.
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  • It's interesting to watch though is thought to trying to reproduce famous paintings in ceramic plates are unique and interesting, and it seems to start two or three pieces. On the painting and I think lacks depth and texture too with ceramic plate size constraints cripples paintings stand out seams. It is very fake. I think it's better then it has lined up a seamless single fake photo saw pictures on the net. People would be not satisfactory to people who have seen the real painting in several times the past wasn't interested in painting to eyes accustomed to fake interest in art since the wrong direction is guided away so. I wonder who that is for. Of the delightful porcelain plate mania?
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  • Though these are reproductions, nonetheless a very comprehensive collection of some of the most well known western master pieces spanning from Roman (Pompeii) till modern (Munch, Klimt, Picasso) times. An excellent opportunity to see beautiful art at (larger than) life size, up close with no crowds. The layout and display are well planned and definitely enhancing the experience. There are good explanations, though often only in Japanese. A two hours tour led by an experienced guide is free, but again only in Japanese. Spending nearly a whole day can be a bit heavy. But the museum restaurant was quite good quality and not expensive.
  • Great building with nice view but every artworks there are not original. I might be wrong, but paintings are printed and baked on tiles or something..
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