Eisei-Bunko is home to the art and craft heirlooms of the Hosokawa family, Lord of Higo Kumamoto. The Hosokawas are one of ... More
Eisei-Bunko is home to the art and craft heirlooms of the Hosokawa family, Lord of Higo Kumamoto. The Hosokawas are one of the three prestigious Daimyo families that assumed the post of Kanrei (deputy shogun) in the Muromachi shogunate. There are four different themes in the museum each year. The displayed collection includes swords, armor, tea artifacts and beautiful, Noh-theater costumes.
Visitors to the National Noh Theater can see traditional kyogen as well as noh dramas. There are performances about 16
days out of the month, and the repertoire changes about four or five times. Because the singing of these ...
Visit this small museum to observe the first hand traditional method of handcrafting Japanese dolls, an art that has been
acclaimed worldwide. Dolls like those displayed here are seen in Japanese homes on "Girl's Day" (March 3rd). You may ...
Various travel modes are displayed, including steam locomotives, bicycles, and even a mock up of a Japan Air Lines passenger
cabin. Children will enjoy the experience of being a "conductor" on Japan Railways' Yamanote circle route. Horse drawn carriages, ...
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