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Surely the Benesse House is one of the main reasons you are in Naoshima. The site specific installations and works are something to experience yourself. We obviously visited during low season so there was a lot of space and time to plow through, experience and...More
We visited here during a brief stay in Naoshima and enjoyed it a lot. This museum has extremely interesting art (at least in our view) that is displayed in very interesting ways. The visit was really memorable and I would be sure to come here...More
The site of the Museum offers beautiful views of the surrounding seas.
Unfortunately once you enter the cavernous Museum space you realize that there is virtually nothing on display and the quality of what there is is disappointing.
The artworks displayed outside also disappoint and...More
It should come as no surprise considering the amount of exposure the neighboring Chichu Art museum garners - but it does none the less. Ando’s masterful manipulation of space/ light creates a series of beautiful rooms that are filled with a selection of works by...More
It does cost but you get plenty in return. Immaculate service, great room with views that are hard to beat, your own big art gallery to wander about in, and fine dining of a high standard.
Plus all the architecture and art works that can...More
The museum is home to some interesting art work, quite a vast building and art well presented.There is a small beach within walking distance (recommended) and also some outside art features.It does get very busy.
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You may have figured this out. We did not pre order any tickets to any museum while we were there. They were all fairly short lines if any at all. We bought them on the spot. We did check times/dates though because some... More
You may have figured this out. We did not pre order any tickets to any museum while we were there. They were all fairly short lines if any at all. We bought them on the spot. We did check times/dates though because some museums are not open all the time or on certain days........by the way really enjoyed the museum that at the time had recorded individual heart beats, and then you record yours and listen to it while walking through the hallway/museum.