One of my students gave me 2 entrance tickets for a museum, which I -up to that point- had never heard of before. But it was definitely worth the visit.
According to wikipedia it “houses the private collection of Nezu Kaichirō (1860–1940)” and was completely renovated around 2009. And I’m telling you – though you might find // old tea cups from 100 years ago and paintings which you can’t read // boring, it is still worth a visit to hang out and have a nice walk or enjoy reading a book within the garden which is connected to the museum.
Here are some visual impressions – unfortunately within the museum taking pictures was totally prohibitted (and some 90 y/o grandpa guards were sure to make you stick to the rules 🙂