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 Pei 1 Miho Museum in Japan located on a mountainside in a nature preserve near the town of Shigaraki, a historical site with the famous ruins of Shigaraki-no-miya Palace. Miho Museum, Night At The Museum, Shiga, Japan Design, Historical Sites, Osaka, Kyoto, Trip Advisor, Tourism

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Japan's best art destinations include art islands, open-air art installations in the countryside, fantastic biennales and triennales, and unique museums.

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© Miho Museum he Miho Museum was a joint Japanese and American project completed by architect I. Pei and Kibowkan International, Inc. in August of 1996 on a scenic mountainside in a nature preserve near the town of Shigaraki, Shiga prefecture, Japan. Japan Architecture, Architecture Design, Miho Museum, Japan Holidays, Chinese Element, Walter Gropius, Shiga, Japan Travel, Japan Trip

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Miho Museum / I.M. Pei [Building up anticipation and framing views for the museum]

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Miho Museum outside of Kyoto, Japan. Channeling memories of the misty green forests and birds. Commercial Architecture, Modern Architecture, Miho Museum, Pedestrian Bridge, To Go, Awesome, Kyoto Japan, Archie, Forests

Miho Museum outside of Kyoto, Japan. I DID go to there. Channeling memories of the misty green forests and birds..

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I.M. Pei. Bridge to the Miho Museum in Japan. Be drawn into the web, risk yourself and journey into the darkness, canal through the mountains, unable to see what is around the bend. Then, the mountain will give birth to you, and you have the opportunity to transform. I highly recommend the journey.

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ライトアップされない桜並木…カメラマンが惚れ込んだ「関西の花見」

桜の撮影スポットをカメラマン目線で探してみました。

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