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  1. Kyra_Kiwa
    Kyra_Kiwa 49 Comments
     -  29 Dec 2017

    It was good

    This charming little museum is a private collection that is open to public. The clocks represent an elite Japanese fascination with Western timepiece but were not just copies of Western technology. They were altered to reflect Japanese sense of time. The early clock faces even used the traditional Chinese zodiac symbols that divided the day in traditional Japan. Very fascinating, indeed!

    The major problem is that there are no English explanations, only Japanese ones. You will need someone who reads Japanese if you want to fully immerse into the experience.

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