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Ken Domon Museum of Photography

2-13 Iimoriyam, Sakata 998-0055, Yamagata Prefecture
+81 234-31-0028
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Amazing, fantastic do not miss

The stories captured through the camera are worth a visit in themselves, but add in an amazing... read more

Reviewed 22 May 2017
Seamsy
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Photo Museum of Human Nature 人間性の写真館

Inspiring place as if that asks you; why you are here, where you go, who you love, what you do... read more

Reviewed 4 October 2016
KanekichiGo
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22 May 2017
“Amazing, fantastic do not miss”
3 Oct 2016
“Photo Museum of Human Nature 人間性の写真館”
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2-13 Iimoriyam, Sakata 998-0055, Yamagata Prefecture
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+81 234-31-0028
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Reviewed 22 May 2017 via mobile

The stories captured through the camera are worth a visit in themselves, but add in an amazing building, beautiful natural forest on the hill, gardens, a large pond and views of Mt Choka, this is a site visit worth visiting. There is a strong sense...More

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Reviewed 4 October 2016

Inspiring place as if that asks you; why you are here, where you go, who you love, what you do, when to start. 閃きを与える場所、どうしてここに来たのか、どこにいくのか、誰を愛し、何をして、いつ始めるのかを問われているような。

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Reviewed 27 April 2016 via mobile

A great tribute to its native son of Sakata with his many his distinguished work of snapshots of the beauty of Japan and the mind of Japanese in Buddah, children, puppets, ceramics, and masters at work. A beautiful building with a view of Mt. Chokai,...More

2  Thank James H
Reviewed 13 March 2016

Domon Ken focused his camera on Buddhas, writers, flower displays, the Showa Period, country children, and isolated temples, mostly in black and white, and they make for a visual delight in this museum.

Thank James V
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