Articles for the theme Museums and Galleries in Tokushima


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Awa Ikeda Tobacco Museum

The Awa Ikeda Tobacco Museum in Tokushima, Shikoku tells the history of tobacco smoking and kiseru pipes in Japan since the Momoyama and Edo periods.

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Otsuka Museum of Art

With more than 1,000 life-size reproductions of masterpieces of Western art from antiquity to the 20th century, the Otsuka Art Museum is Japan's largest museum.

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Former Nagaoka House

The Former Nagaoka House (旧長岡家住宅) near the historic town of Wakimachi in Tokushima is a preserved 18th farmhouse.

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Awa Odori Kaikan Tokushima

The Awa Odori Kaikan in Tokushima, Shikoku is dedicated to the Awa Odori dance that takes place in the city every August.

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Indigo Blue

Indigo dye, almost exclusively produced in Japan in the Tokushima region at the eastern end of the island of Shikoku, has become its symbol.