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Yamaguchi Mouri Garden | National Significant Scenery

Yamaguchi Mouri Garden | National Significant Scenery

After face lifting the main building of ex-Duke Mouri, the clan of Choshu, the Mohri Museum was opened in 1967. The Mouri Garden in front of the Museum is spreading over 80,000 square meter areas, gives four different and beautiful appearances in the four seasons and has been appointed to a National Significant Scenery. The Museum holds a variety of artistic masterpieces including Sesshu's "Landscape Scroll" and other paintings, armory, textiles, pottery, Japanese lacquer ware, antique books and documents, and about 20,000 pieces of historic references. These items are displayed in six rotational exhibitions in a year.

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