Established by the founder of Nomura Securities, Tokushichi Nomura, this museum displays tea utensils, paintings, masks and costumes used for Noh performances. The museum currently holds 1700 items, including 7 nationally designated important cultural properties and 9 nationally designated art treasures.
Nanzen-ji TempleSight in Kyoto
Nanzen-ji is a Buddhist temple located close to Keage Station on the Tozai line.
Eikando Zenrinji TempleSight in Kyoto
Eikan-do Zenrin-ji is a temple located in the Sakyo Ward of Kyoto. The temple is famous for its beautiful autumn color.
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