Morijuku Museum

Morijuku Museum information

Tsuwano , Japan
Street 542 Morimura
admission for foreigners ¥300
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Lonely Planet review

This museum is housed in a 150-year-old building that once served as the home of a shōya (village headman). Downstairs is a collection of soft-edged scenes painted by local-born artist Nakao Shō, a roomful of bullfight sketches by Goya, and a framed set of beautifully embroidered Taishō-era kimono collars. The caretaker will gladly point out the features of the building, including the pinhole camera hidden away upstairs.