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Otsuka Museum of Art, Naruto

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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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  • Otsuka Pharmaceutical's pet project to make the world's art pieces accessible to the world. Built inside a mountain, on the tip of Shizuoka is this museum of ceramic replicates of the world's... 
    Otsuka Pharmaceutical's pet project to make the world's art pieces accessible to the world. Built inside a mountain, on the tip of Shizuoka is this museum of ceramic replicates of the world's...  more »
  • I was not expecting much here. But I had some time on my hand so decided to go and see this wonderful museum and boy was I in for a surprise. The level of hard-work put in replicating these... 
    I was not expecting much here. But I had some time on my hand so decided to go and see this wonderful museum and boy was I in for a surprise. The level of hard-work put in replicating these...  more »
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  • A fun museum full of replicas of famous works of art. There are also some cafes inside where you can rest and get something to eat and drink. It took longer to get through than expected! We didn’t spend a lot of time looking in depth at all the pictures, and ended up walking quickly through some of the wings to get to others that interested us more, but still ended up rushing to see the top floor before closing. We were there about 3.5-4 hours, including a short stop to a cafe, and we easily could have spent another hour.
  • Incredible museum of replicas. The museum itself is spacious and airy; there’s two or three cafes to enjoy lunch or coffee. Most of the large works have been made on tile, so it’s okay to get up close to some of the murals. The gallery includes pieces from several different eras, all of which are Western art.

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