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Inro Bijutsu-kan (Inro Museum)

Listed under Museums in Kyushu, Japan.

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'Small, exquisitely-decorated medicine boxes called "inro", and their "netsuke" toggles, are among Japan's finest works of art. Some 300 rare inro are displayed here, also screens and lacquer ware from the Momoyama and Edo eras.

Hida Takayama Sight seeing Areas.

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