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Nishibori Eizaburo Memorial Explorer Museum

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Learn about an extraordinary scientist, explorer and creative problem solver.

See an outstanding film on Eizaburo Nishibori and exhibits related to his long career. Also a well... read more

Reviewed 28 October 2015
Laurel K
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Marquette, Michigan
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28 Oct 2015
“Learn about an extraordinary scientist, explorer and creative problem solver.”
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419 Yokomizocho, Higashiomi 527-0135, Shiga Prefecture
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Reviewed 28 October 2015 via mobile

See an outstanding film on Eizaburo Nishibori and exhibits related to his long career. Also a well curated art exhibit of works from Higashiomi and Shiga prefecture during my visit. Leaves me wanting to learn more. Film in English . I had interpreters and artists...More

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