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One of my favourite museums in Japan. The price is steep (I think it was between 1000-2000 yen) but it’s ‘free’ with the Grutt Pass discount. The Grutt Pass pays off right away if you’ll be visiting a few museums so it’s highly recommended. I went to Amuse Museum when they were doing a BORO exposition. It was temporary and is no longer there, so the quality of the museum really depends on the exposition they’re doing at the time.

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