Visited Ise Jingu for the first time.
Visited this museum for the first time also.
Learned several things about the King of Shrine.
The history, custom, how they look, and so on.
You cannot see many of those displayed items so closely at the actual shrine.
It helps me understanding Ise Jingu.
I appreciate it.
No photo is allowed inside.
This museum has just reopened and the exhibition Space is great and so are the displays. Unfortunatly none of the information is in English so it is super difficult to try to get an insight into the Ise shrines.
It seems to be a wasted opportunity but I suppose the entire place (ise) mainly caters to Japanese visitors.