Currently there are 3 exhibitions in the museum. Tuesday entrance is free of charge. There are two bindings with separate entrances, but both have a wardrobe. During my stay two groups of children had workshop. There is a nice museum shop and a cafe/restaurant with good food.
Certainly a place to visit if one appreciates interesting architecture and, first of all, things Japanese. Exhibits change frequently, so there is no point discussing them, but, to repeat, it is your frame of mind which matters. If you are impatient and like quick burgers, this may not be a place for you.
We went there on a Tuesday because it is free and we are glad we had not to pay because it was not too interesting to us. There was an exhibition of Japanese paintings of birds and plants, an exhibition of traditional Japanese packaging and boxes and an exhibition of paintings by contemporary Polish authors. We took tram no. 18... 更多
Found the galleries well laid out, neat and enjoyable. If you are into visiting art museum's it's a good visit. If not don't bother. But either way avoid the cafe in the second building, rude staff ignore us for quite a while . We persisted and eventually got they're attention, again when we went to pay they were quick to... 更多
There are no permanent exhibitions so there may or may not be something to your taste. At present there is an exhibition of flower and bird paintings, comparing Japanese and Western interpretations "Kacho-ga". In the basement is an unusual display of tranditional and modern Japanese packaging - more interesting than it sounded! Not just marketing ploys, but symbolic gift wrapping.
This was my first time at this museum and we went specifically to see the Japanese dolls. They were exquisite. This museum is a great place to muse and roam .... but don't expect to be able to read the signs or tablets ..... it is too dark ..... lighting can be improved. So just living in the moment with... 更多
Was pretty boring as I am not a fan of Japanese art, paid 20PLN for the entrance, checked the exhibition in 15min and left the place. If you are not familiar with Japanese art and culture you might want to skip this place.
20 zl entrance fee. Went therefore cause I thought it was included in tourist card. Not. To be honest I wouldn't go for free either if I knew. Apart from the 5 theatre costumes the rest is crap. Excuse my language, I respect artists but come on now. The museum occupies 2 buildings. Not sure why. They fit in 1... 更多
Interesting display of posters, hard to understand modern art, and sombre paintings. Special demonstration of Japanese flower arranging followed by free canapés. Worth a visit on a rainy day.
We spend some time at the Manggha Japanese Center, to unwind and have lunch after a pleasant bike trip along the Wisla River. We did not visit the Museum itself, but we had superb sushis (we even had a second order !) prepared by a friendly Japanese chef. Staff were also very friendly. Apart from the delicious and very affordable... 更多