The museum is more of a small exhibition of Japanese art dating from around 1850s to the modern time. Some of the most interesting paintings is the winter collection and the sword decorative handcrafts, which are delicate pieces of work. If you have seen Japanese art collections in larger museums, you may want to skip this one, unless you are an enthusiast of Japanese culture, then it is worth the time and 30 NIS admission fee.
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