- Some of the best European art in the world has migrated to Japan in the past few decades. Extensive news coverage accompanied this museum's acquisition of Van Gogh's "Sunflowers"--purchased for an astronomical sum of money. "Sunflowers" joins the bulk of the collection which features work by Japanese surrealist Seiji Togo and a variety of impressionist Western painters--a small but handsome and unique collection of works.
Admission: Depends on the exhibit; children under 15 admitted free.
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